C R Y D E R
P O I N T
Photo of the Month
Sunrise 1, 5/14/21 By Rob Cohen Sunrise 2, 5/14/21 By Rob Cohen
Sunset 2, 5/22/21 Sunset 1, 5/22/21 Photo by Jessica Silver Photo by Jessica Silver
Photo by Michael Goode …happy with Mom and Dad! Photo by Michael Goode
Photo by Gail Smith
WWW.QNS.COM | JUNE 2021| CRYDER POINT COURIER 9
BY JILL DAVIS
A REMINDER ABOUT THE CONTEST
The photographer must be a resident of Cryder Point,
and all photos must of the property or of a view from the
property. They also must be current, that is, taken no more
than a couple of months before you submit them.
Any description of where you were on the property, the
day of week or time of day…any details that you can provide
which bring your neighbors into the moment of the
photo…are eagerly welcomed.
Submit your pictures to email@example.com and yours might
be selected to be featured in the paper. Please be sure to put
“Cryder Point Photo” in the subject line of your email and
include the full name of the photographer and an approximate
date of the picture.
There’s no particular “Photo of the Month”
for June since time lapse photography—or a
version thereof—seemed to be pretty popular
this month. Kudos go to Rob Cohen and Jessica
Silver for their takes on beautiful Cryder Point
dawns and dusks. And Michael Goode was a
little worried about whether the goslings would
make it, but there was a happy ending after all!
Joe Hollander has become known for his early
morning photos, but he actually took this photo
near midnight! Dorene Finnegan was also up
late to catch this photo of the moon looming
over Cryder Point. On the other hand, Madelyn
Dupre was up early to nab this sunrise photo.
And just to remind us to watch out for intruders,
Gail Smith caught the geese on camera.
Somebody call security!
Thanks to everyone for their submissions this
month. We’re now finally in June after a rather
rocky May weather-wise. so the time should be
ripe for more great pictures. Keep your cameras
5/27/21: Midnight moon Photo by
Dorene Finnegan 5/22/21: Joe’s midnight moment Photos by Joseph Hollander
Madelyn was up at the crack of
dawn. Photo by Madelyn Dupre