A Quarter horse eats some hay in a field at Camptown Stables in Campbell Hall. The cold winter weather took a break over the week end with mild temperatures and foggy conditions throughout the region.
Joe Helt’ niece, Annalise House, 11, of Kingston looks to her candle during a candlelight vigil at the Pioneer Fire Hall in Ellenville in remembrance of her uncle who disappeared 24 years ago.
A man prays in the temple prior to the crowds arriving.
Mitch Fishkin surveys a new road from a high vantage point at Eagle Crest development.
Voters came out to vote in the Newburgh School District for school board members, budgets for the library and district, as well as possible security upgrades.
Clare Nissen, and Acacia Mastropaolo along with Jessica Pullman, Kelly Manley, Sophia Pellegrini, and Kerry Madison prefer the wall to the bench for getting on waders so that they will to be able to walk into the Hudson river.
Maureen Weyrauch’s grand daughter who is visiting from Hawaii created this tableau from the Wizard of Oz. A tornado has been confirmed ripping through the Town of Goshen late Friday afternoon.
Tiffany Coddington, left, and her sister Angelina Bruno, right, play with Coddington’ son, Kristopher Jordal, 4.
Lacking a partner for this rotation, Ann Johnson, of Kerhonkson, center, doesn’t let it stop her from practicing a step for a future partner that she will be paired with shortly.
Larry Kosofsky, left, and Erich Nageli seine for aquatic life in the Hudson River.
Mahbub Islam of Newburgh, holds his daughter, Maymunah, 5, during services. Ramadan ended with the “Feast of Sacrifice” or Eid at the Newburgh mosque on Sunday morning.
After planting some plants with her mother Rayna Teck, 15, of Highland look for Herring in the creek.
Firefighters and brothers Homer and Al Weiss of the Ruby Fire Company look out onto the Hudson River on a day very similar to that of 11 years ago.
17 Year Cicadas emerge from ground in Cronomer Hill Park and climb trees, shedding their pupa shells, and letting their wings expand and dry in the air.
In a strong breeze, clothesline holders, Cynthia Hernandez, left, of Monticello, and Santiago Frias hold up the display of t-shirts during the speeches.