Hawk's Nest is a scenic location outside Port Jervis, New York. Its name is derived from the birds of prey that nest in the area. The location is also known for its winding roads and scenic overlooks in the Delaware River valley. New York State Route 97, which traverses the site, was originally a one-lane dirt road beginning in 1859. It was paved between 1931–1933 and subsequently dedicated in 1939, and rededicated on September 21, 2002, as part of the "Upper Delaware Scenic Byway", according to a historical marker placed by the Town of Deerpark, where Hawk's Nest is located.
Roger Gottlieb is a master of the digital image, capturing the essence of his subjects with sensitivity and insight. From his signature panoramic views of the Delaware River and its surrounding landscapes and woods to the interiors of historic homes and mansions, his eclectic range is well represented.
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