Thursday, October 2, 2014

First light in the Hudson River Valley

I took this photo in Half Moon, New York just as the sun was coming up. Half Moon is a town on the Hudson River, just north of the Albany-Troy area. It takes it name from Henry Hudson’s ship, Halve Maen according to a history of the town that I read on the back of a local restaurant.

©2014 Steve Borichevsky

However, according to Wikipedia, the town gets it name from the crescent shape of the land where the Mohawk and Hudson river join. Hmmm….Which is correct?


Spare Parts and Pics said...

Beautiful shot, Steve! The mist in the air makes for a great photo.

Ida said...

Super shot of the misty fog.

Roy Norris said...

A superb image Steve.

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