of a foggy Autumn day at The Seguine. Enjoy.
Sunset glow is seen creeping in from the west over Lemon Creek with
bushy-topped Phragmites in the foreground and Salt Hay beyond.
Joseph H. Seguine made a fortune selling salt hay - used to keep ice blocks from melting before the invention of refrigeration.
Golden light shines over the paddock to the bay beyond.
The caretakers cottage, now guest house, basks in the glow.
Riding lesson at sunset on an overcast day.
A pinto and rider and a peacock go about their affairs under the last rays.
As we arrive to set up the reshoots the ever-vigilant peacocks need to know what's going on.
The white peahen, her left foot coquettishly raised, seems to be asking, "May I come in?"
Mary Bullock and Christina Mantz, seen in the mirror, check the styling for the reshoot of a tea party.
November 5 we visited our publisher, Rizzoli, at their Park Avenue South corporate office in Manhattan, to check proofs just flown in from the printer in Hong Kong.
Producer Christina Mantz reviews contracts while Principal Photographer/Book Designer Robert Mantz checks the proofs.
Four peacock sentinels, alerted by the sound of barking, assume lookout posts on the roof peak of the garage. The one on the right is also checking out this photographer. Note the weeping willow in the background.
Looking through the huge, sheltering weeping willow, just inside the Seguine Equestrian Center vehicular gate.