ULSTER COUNTY - DISCOVERING HOME
A Photographic Exploration by John Fischer
Released September 2018
198 Pages | Full Color | Hard Cover | 9”x12”
Not currently available for online ordering. Second printing should be available by Summer of 2019.
Over 950 copies sold
All applicable taxes included in price
I have a few copies left of the first printing, but they are not available online.
Please email me at john@NoRoadUnturned.com, or call or text (857) 472-3071
I expect my second printing to be completed by summer of 2019. Please scroll down to subscribe to my email list to be notified of when the second printing is available.
Description from the back cover:
I grew up in Tillson in Ulster County, New York. I moved away, and so did my family, but I have come back as an adult to photograph Ulster County and discover it on my own terms.
I have revisited people and places from my childhood, plus I’ve met more people and discovered more places. Photos of many of these people and places are included in this book, along with writings about my experience of coming to Ulster County and finding home again.
I have highlighted various familiar businesses, roads, churches, landscapes, and more, including many of the people behind and in front of the scenes.
While there is a special focus on Tillson, Rosendale, New Paltz, and the City of Kingston, this book also includes Saugerties, Hurley, West Hurley, Eddyville, Rifton, Ulster Park, Accord, Ellenville, Milton, Marlboro, Kerhonkson, Highland, East Kingston, Stone Ridge, Boiceville, High Falls, Lake Katrine, Shokan, Woodstock, Gardiner, Cottekill, Glenford, Cragsmoor, Glasco, the Town of Ulster, and the Town of Kingston.
I shot all of the photos in this book between 2008 and 2018, and I also designed the book and wrote all of the text. It is a creation that I am very proud of. I hope that you enjoy it.
Several copies available in the Mid-Hudson Library System
Available at the libraries in Esopus, Phoenicia, Pine Hill, Rosendale, Saugerties, Town of Ulster, West Hurley, Plattekill, New Paltz. If your local library is part of the Mid-Hudson Library System, you can get a copy.