Catskill Classic a Photographic Portrait

Catskill Classic a Photographic Portrait

For a soul-satisfying look at the nature and the human nature of New York’s Catskill Mountains, don’t miss Michael Gadomski’s brand new book, The Catskills: A Photographic Portrait.

Hot off the press, this full-color treat is a feast for the eyes and for the spirit, with more than 180 photographic images gathered in Delaware, Greene, Ulster and Sullivan counties.

Filled with waterfalls, sky swells, cloud rolls, mountain vistas and more, the richly colored photos feature nature at its finest, but also the human elements that give the Catskills its character.

Photograph by Catskill photographer Michael Gadomski of the Hungry March Band performing in the 2011 Livingston Manor NY Trout Parade.

The Livingston Manor Trout Parade © Michael Gadomski.

Get a glimpse of Woodchuck Lodge, the summer home of American naturalist John Burroughs, and Slabsides, the modest cabin he built as a writer’s retreat and where he received visits from Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir.

See the Roxbury Nine, a vintage baseball club that has played bare-knuckle baseball for the past decade. Visit historic structures such as libraries, lighthouses, barns, churches and museums. Relish images of trains and trails, parks and paths, county fairs and Celtic festivals.

From ridges to bridges and lakes to ledges, these photos will have you heading for the Catskills with Michael’s beautiful book in tow.

The Catskills: A Photographic Portrait is available in stores throughout the Catskill region and online booksellers. Individual signed copies can be found at

All photographs © Michael Gadomski.

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