One of my favorite things to do when guest editing on Shelter Island is to take some time and drive as much of the Island as I can, taking in the sights.
On Monday, I took a “lunch break” exploring for an hour with my camera in hand, attempting to capture as much of the beauty as I could.
It was an unseasonably warm day, which made the quiet of an autumn weekday feel particularly eerie. Not a soul was spotted at the area beaches. Many of the restaurants were closed.
It was a slow day, a lonely one. And it was beautiful.
Below are the scenes I captured.