In 1878, Carl Sandburg wrote:
The fog comes
on little cat feet.
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
Nearly 140 years later on April 3, 2015, Sandburg’s descriptive poem transcended the paper on which it was written. The words leapt off the pages and a thick blanket of fog rolled across the Long Island Sound on “little cat feet.”
For a time, it sat over the water, shrouding Long Island and also the landscape across Larchmont Harbor in…
One of the places I often visit to take photos is Manor Park (Larchmont, New York). Among other things, with its location on the Long Island Sound, it offers a great place to photograph the rising sun in all its glory.
Its twin gazebos and Umbrella Point also provide a photogenic setting for capturing and preserving memories ranging from wedding portraits to snowy landscapes. Rumor has it that wedding portraits captured at Manor Park mean that the marriage will truly last till “death d…