Sunday, June 12, 2011

Summer Stock Kaleidoscope

I'm in the middle of moving, so super quick post just to get it up there - here are some really crappy snapshots of the world's largest kaleidoscope (I was lying on the floor, shooting up at the images swirling on the ceiling).  The kaleidoscope is built out of an old silo at the Emerson Resort up in Mt. Pleasant, or Mt. Tremper or somewhere, I'll post the link.  It's on Rt. 28, between Woodstock where I live, and Pine Hill where I work.  I pass it alot, and I finally took the chance to hop off the highway on route to or fro, because I had the boy in the car - glad I did, very fun!

Happy Summer Stock Sunday!


  1. Oooh, trippy!

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  2. PS Hope the move goes smoothly, and is the last one for a good long while.

  3. My husband and I visited Woodstock quite a few years ago on a trip by ourselves after our kids were grown.
    We drove past this place once and said we'd go back. When we went back it was closed.
    Your images tell me I missed a great visit.

    Carletta@Round The Bend

  4. Sounds like a fascinating experience! I'd love to see that in person...but I'm way over on the other side of the country. So your colorful photos will have to do, and they are very interesting; I love the colors and patterns.

  5. Wow, mind blowing photos, very trippy ;-)



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