I used the “Pop Art” setting on a new camera to accentuate the bright colors in Chester’s Main Street.
It’s genteelly picturesque, steeped in history, has a nice outdoor market during the warm months along with a vintage railway station that now serves as home of the local Historical Society and as one of the principal starting points for the renowned Heritage Trail. As villages go, Chester is one of the tops in Orange County — in my opinion, perhaps THE top.
Here is a small collection of pictures I’ve taken in Chester on recent visits.
The weekly Farm Market operates on Sundays near the entrance to the Heritage Trail.
Assemblyman James Skoufis maintains a strong presence in the village.
Two local restaurants: A blackboard displays the beer offerings at Touch Base …
…and a cautionary sign at Clayton Delaney’s Dining Saloon
If you’re in the area, don’t forget to drop in to my photo exhibit reception at The Cottage Place Gallery in nearby Ridgewood, NJ:
Sunday September 14, 2014, 2 to 5 pm 113 Cottage Place Ridgewood NJ