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Picture This: A Few of Our 2012 Favorite Things

Our 2012 Photographic Year In Review has looked at the impact weather had on our lives and some of the news and events by which the year will be remembered. The third and final installment includes a Few of Our Favorite Things. (Don’t worry: No raindrops on roses were harmed in the creation of these memorable images from 2012). Thanks to photographers Alison Perry, Alissa Perrez, Laurie Seeman, Ray Wright and Bill Batson for sharing their photos.


Hook Mtn, Rivercrest Apt, Looking North
on the Hudson
©2012 Alison Perry

Tappan Zee Bridge at Night
©2012 Alissa Perretz

Main Street, Nyack ©2012 Alison Perry

Johnny Cakes: Inside Looking Out
©2012 Alison Perry

Hurricane Sandy “War Room” at
Nyack Village Hall
©2012 Bill Batson

To Save Water? Or Desalinate.
Rockland: That is the question
, Oct 2012
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
©2012 Laurie Seeman

Mostly Music at Memorial Park, Aug 2012
©2012 Dave Zornow

Sunrise on The Hudson, July 2012
©2012 Dave Zornow

A refinished Checker Cab, exhibited at the
Chamber of Commerce Classic Car Night.
©2012 Dave Zornow

World famous jazz bassist Ron Carter
at the Carnegie Room in the
Nyack Library. ©2012 Ray Wright

Gran Fondo cyclists race up 4th Ave
in Nyack, May 2012
©2012 Dave Zornow

Hopper gravesite, Oak Hill Cemetery
©2012 Dave Zornow

Old Nyack High School ©2012 Alison Perry

River Club Restaurant ©2012 Dave Zornow

©2012 Alison Perry

Hook Mtn Yacht Club boats
©2012 Alissa Perretz

Main Street’s Red Bricks:
The Inside Story ©2012 Dave Zornow




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