- 1 Location scout snow scenes and other wintry photos
- 2 HighLine Park, New York, NY in the Snow
- 3 Location Scout Snow at Harriman State Park, NY
- 4 Location Scout Spectacular Overlook:
- 5 Raymond H Torrey (Wikipedia):
- 6 Harriman State Park at Amazon
- 7 Winter Location Scout
- 8 Catskills at Amazon
- 9 Season’s Greetings to all From Location Scout R. Richard Hobbs
- 10 Location Scout Snow Slideshow at Flickr
Location scout snow scenes and other wintry photos
In the mid-Atlantic part of the United States where I live and work (New York City metro area / New Jersey) we normally get seasonal snow. Some years we get a little, some years we get more. Sometimes we get a LOT more 😉 (but then some winters it doesn’t snow AT ALL!) In any case contained herein are some locations I have visited while there was snow.
HighLine Park, New York, NY in the Snow
This is the now-famous HighLine Park in the Chelsea area on the west side of Manhattan in New York City.
Read more about “The Highline”
Location Scout Snow at Harriman State Park, NY
Below is a recent location scout photo of Lake Sebago in Harriman State Park, NY. I’d have to say it is probably not the sort of place one would consider for a full-blown film location crew; this location is several miles hike (on foot) on wilderness trails, including a climb up Cardiac Hill. Sure makes a gorgeous background, though, huh? 🙂
Location Scout Spectacular Overlook:
The spectacular view from Torrey Memorial, Harriman State Park, NY
Raymond Hezekiah Torrey (July 15, 1880 – July 15, 1938) was the author of weekly columns, Outings and The Long Brown Path in the New York Evening Post in the 1920s and 1930s. The column played a major role in the development of the 2,100-mile (3,400 km) Appalachian Trail, the Long Path and the popularity of hiking generally. He was a founding member of the New York – New Jersey Trail Conference and one of the authors of the first edition of the New York Walk Book. He had extensive scientific knowledge, writing about everything from the short-billed marsh wren to marine fossils and lichens; he could identify over 700 plants. He was secretary of the Association for the Preservation of the Adirondacks, and also secretary of the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society.
- New York / New Jersey Trail Conference (NYNJTC) honors Raymond Torrey each year with its Annual Torrey Memorial Hike
Winter Location Scout
Catskills Winter Day Trip
For just about any location scout, a recreational personal trip is usually a busman’s holiday and a recent snowy day trip on a sunny, crystal-clear day to the Catskills and Mountain Trails Cross Country Ski Center in Tannersville, NY was no exception.
Season’s Greetings to all From Location Scout R. Richard Hobbs
Original of a Polaroid transfer I made many moons ago. I actually always liked this better than the transfer LOL 🙂