Posts Tagged ‘architecture’
Every year our church takes a fall hike in Harriman State Park, starting from the lovely St.-John’s-in-the-Wilderness church. I have never been on the hike because I’ve always been at home either pregnant or with a small child. This year we might have taken the smallest child in a backpack carrier but alas, I was unable to go because of an ankle sprain. My husband went and took our two bigger boys. Here are some pictures of the church. Other photos of the rest of the hike will follow soon.
This was where I have always taken my dry cleaning since living in Nyack. It’s gone now. From what I heard, someone bought the building where they rent space and kicked them out with only 72 hours’ notice. Yikes. I hope they found a new place for their business.
Depot Place during a recent snowfall
The dome of the Russian Orthodox Holy Virgin Protection Church
My favorite little blue house
Another view of Depot Place
This is one of my favorite houses in the neighborhood. One Halloween we stopped there to trick-or-treat and I couldn’t help but gush to the owner (or the dude who answered the door who I assumed was the owner) about how much I loved his house. I think he thought I was odd.
The Art Cafe and the Klay Gallery
I believe this is the Wright Bros. real estate office.
View of Depot Place across the park. Last winter.