1. A home frozen in time An enchanting time capsule, the Marion Carll Farmhouse on Long Island has lain empty for years due to a lack of funding and a legal battle over ownership rights that has only just been resolved. Photographer Bryan Sansivero was granted exclusive access by the local school board and district […]

What is beach sand?  According to http://www.merriam-webster.com, sand is “a loose granular material that results from the disintegration of rocks, consists of particles smaller than gravel but coarser than silt.”  These small particles are less than 1/10th of an inch in diameter.  The mineral makeup of individual sand particles depends on local and regional rocks, which are […]

The following six locations in the Suffolk County Park System have been designated as official dive and snorkeling spots. At Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton: The Northwest Harbor site provides a good novice dive that provides excellent photo opportunities. There is plenty of light, little current, and lots of small sea life. The depth is […]

Since Summer is officially here, it’s time to try and hit some beaches! Seeing as you’re on Long Island we’ve come up with some amazing places you have access to enjoy. Check out some of the most amazing beaches below, then grab some sunblock, a beach towel, and your camera. and get yourself (and your […]

St Georges Manor is an estate that is frozen in time located on the Mastic Neck Peninsula. It does not have seem to get a lot of attention and the activities available at the Manor are not quite inviting. However for those interested in Long Island rich history, the Manor is a perfect preservation of […]