Saturday, January 28, 2012
Where am I??? I listened the other night as the rain beat on the side of the house all night long. I jogged in the rain at least twice this week and the creek behind my office is swollen. If it was April I would shrug and say simply; "It's mud season in the Mohawk Valley!" but it's the end of January. Typically we've battled 5o inches or more of snow at this point and have settled into average daytime temps of 15-18 degrees. Really makes one wonder...if nothing less, the weather here in the Mohawk Valley gives us something to talk about other than politics. Anyway, it's sunny out! It's a great day to go for a walk or jog and enjoy the spectacular snow-free view of the Mohawk Valley. Go out and make it a great weekend!!!
Monday, January 23, 2012
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check out my art site if you'd like to see a little more of some of my more expressive work. at: www.patrickhuther.blogspot.com Thanks~Yasu
Saturday, January 07, 2012
Winter has been put on hold here in the Mohawk Valley so I thought I would share some summer photos I took in Clinton, one of my favorite local villages that still retains much of it's historic character and charm....along with an appropriate and favorite TS Eliot quote Footfalls echo in the memory Down the passage which we did not take Towards the door we never opened ~T.S. Eliot
Thursday, January 05, 2012
Whether you like winter or not you have to wonder about now whether this global warming stuff is hitting home, sort of speak. A very mild and wet (rainy) winter thus far with less than 10 inches here in New Hartford. a few "local" winter images from my book "I Love NY Barns". Scheduled to be printed last August, I have delayed production because after proofing...the artist in me said that I just "had to" clean up some marginal photos and include some more interesting closeups and barns...anyway, I'll post as it gets closer to print again Winter Comes To The Farm. Farmers here have had a good jump on the spring chores because of the mild winter. It's nice to see the landscape covered in snow, quiet and asleep...