New York, Photography

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


Originally founded in 1890 and still going strong.

Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 55-200 R OIS lens – 1/420 @ f/5.6 – 200mm – ISO 200

Today I am exited to announce a new Black and White only Collective Blog we just launched called Monochromia –

I hope you will visit and follow us on our journey.


11 thoughts on “Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

  1. Annabel says:

    So I paint a little watercolor everyday, and today it happens to be the 125th anniversary of CSHL. For that reason I decided to paint it today. Of course it’s not as amazing as you photo 😉 but if you want to check it out you can see my Instagram where I upload them everyday

    By the way reading the previous comments I noticed that you haven’t visit the lab. If you want I can offer a tour since I’m a graduate student there and you could take more beautiful pictures!


    • I just visited your Instagram feed and I have to tell you Anna, you are selling yourself short by stating “of course it’s not as amazing as your photo”. I find your work incredible and you have a new Instagram follower.

      Thank you so much for your offer of the tour of the lab and you might just get en email from me one day and I will take you up on it 🙂

      Thank you again and have a great day Anna 🙂


  2. Annabel says:

    Great shot! I work at Cold Spring Harbor Lab. You capture hillside part of the lab really nice. I’m inspired to do a watercolor painting based on your picture!


    • Thank you very much Barb 🙂 I have always preferred black and white and with the other bloggers onboard it should be fun to see what everyone comes up with. Have a great evening and thank you for following the newbie 🙂


  3. Emilio Pasquale says:

    Were these homes actually built in 1890? They’re in better shape than mine- built in 1996. Beautiful shot.


    • Actually they are immense buildings Emilio I shot this from across the really wide inlet on the Long Island Sound. I would have got closer but you are not allowed past the lecture hall portion of the Labs. It is a really big complex. Thanks and enjoy your evening 🙂


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