Out and about in the neighborhood with my Canon Sure Shot (#5) and Deirdre's Nikon D300s over the last couple of days, with a few pictures from the past for perspective.
With amiable companions—Kerry-Jane King, Stuart Cadenhead and Peter Swiderski—Deirdre and I hiked a section of the Palisades yesterday that is directly across the Hudson River from our home.
In the process, we crossed a field of boulders that had peeled off the cliff one Saturday evening in May with an ominous and mysterious grumble. Stu Cadenhead aptly dubbed it The Crumble. An article in The Record calls it a "a 10,000-ton pile of rubble and dust."
The Hudson is about a mile wide at Hastings. …