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Christmas Gift Idea: Interesting / Unusual Photos of Sites in New England and New York
Looking for a unique gift for that special someone? Choose one of the interesting and unusual scenic photographs offered for sale by David Fiske.
Various sizes of framed and unframed prints are available via fineartamerica.com, as are customizable note cards.
A number of the photographs feature unique abandoned places.
The Crown Point Historic Site, in upstate New York, with its ruins of an 18th Century fort, is the subject of numerous photos:
Flying Saucer Clouds
Ruins in Winter
Chimneys and Tree
Ruins with Snow and Blue Sky
Crown Point Chimneys with Snow
Fort Crown Point Ruins in Winter (B&W)
Old Crown Point Bridge in Winter
Crown Point Flag and Bridge
Other New York state locations are:
Autumn at Saratoga Battlefield, Stillwater, New York
Dry Grass, Saratoga Battlefield, Stillwater, New York
Leaf on Sidewalk, Ballston Spa, New York
Weathered Stars and Stripes, French Mountain, Lake George, New York
Several photographs from the state of Maine are included:
Entrance to Laudholm Beach, Wells, Maine
Snails and Trails, Laudholm Beach, Wells, Maine
Forgotten Sign on Swan Island, Richmond, Maine
Old and New Bridges over Penobscot, Prospect, Maine
The following striking black-and-white photographs are available:
Madame Sherri Castle Ruins (B&W), Chesterfield, New Hampshire
Roasting Furnaces (B&W), Mine Hill Preserve, Roxbury, Connecticut
Fort Ticonderoga from Mount Independence (B&W), Orwell, Vermont
Several photographs were taken at Silver Sands State Park, in Connecticut:
Silver Sands Boardwalk, Milford, Connecticut
Tombolo at Silver Sands Beach, Milford, Connecticut
No Lifeguard on Duty, Silver Sands Beach, Milford, Connecticut
Two very beautiful New England scenes are depicted in:
The Oxbow, Connecticut River in Massachusetts
Cape Code Canal and Tree, Bourne, Massachusetts
Various print size, media, and framing options--as well as customizable note cards--are available.
All the photos can be viewed online (and a high-resoliution preview option is available) by going to David Fiske's artist page at: