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Thanks to Timothy Cole for this photo . . .

that’s the Hudson, looking south. Croton Point is the near low spit mid photo left side.   Who would guess that more than 10 million people live within a 50 mile radius of this spot?

Timothy took his photo on December 1, 2018.  Bill Moyers called the Hudson  “a waterway of ethereal beauty” .  .  . and more.  But that says it all.  That photo is sublime.

Below are two similar shots I took.  First July 17, 2009 looking south toward the Bear Mountain Bridge and

this one looking west above Saugerties on June 28, 2016.

The Hudson is indeed worth traveling upon whenever,

even when the river looks like a frozen desert,

and critters walk upon it, as here.

Thanks again to Timothy for the top photo, and to Paul Strubeck for the last photo.

 

 

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