Photography

November 3, 2015 

"New England Asters add touches of blue and purple to the fall landscape, blooming until there's a hard freeze." -Dianne 

Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County. 

 

 

October 27:  The winter birds are returning, and the photo backgrounds are no longer green. I saw the bobcat here today, under the deck stashing a kill on the stone ledge.....preparing for cold weather. Sounds like a good idea.

 

'An October calf, a new addition to the county's working landscapes.' –Dianne 

Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County, NY.

“It's hard to miss the noisy, hyperactive Red Squirrels in any season, but especially during the pinecone and nut gathering Fall.” –Dianne Engleke 

Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County, NY.

 

 

 

Wassaic, N.Y. October 2, 2015. Moby Mudge, an ex-lawyer turned photographer, has published a second book based on statues in Central Park under the Fotobs Books imprint.  Two Alice Statues in Central Park by G. A. Mudge is being released at the beginning of Alice 150 Week in New York City, a week of events organized by the Lewis Carroll Society of North America to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. 

The new book is a tribute to four artists — Lewis Carroll, 1832–1898, his illustrator, Sir John Tenniel, 1820–1914, and two sculptors Frederick G. R. Roth, and José de Creeft.  Their combined talents inspired and created the two Alice statues in New York’s Central Park - The Sophie Irene Loeb Fountain (1936) by Roth and the Margarita Delacorte Memorial (1959) by José de Creeft.  Together they constitute the greatest concentration of Carrollian statuary in the world. 

1197 Faith Tompkins and her toy poodle, Susie.

1203 Paul Schwartz, DVM gave a short address reminding us of how animals connect with us and how they and all living creatures share

1198 Diana King held on to Blue, the Florack’s energetic Austrialian Sheep dog.

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1201 Bill Hitchcock holds a poodle while Becky Baldwin holds a Brown Swiss calf.

1202 David Greenwood shows off his well-groomed Scottish Terrior, Spot.

 

'Autumn is a good time to see Spring Peepers as they look for winter shelter in leaf litter and wood piles, taking time out to sunbathe.'- Dianne 

Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County, NY.

 
'A Ruby-throated Hummingbird enjoying the shade on a hot late Summer day.'-    Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County, NY.
  'The elegant Cedar Waxwing can be found here year round, feeding on berry bushes and
fruit trees.' -Dianne
 
Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living in beautiful Dutchess County, NY.
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