New Paltz Semester Wrap Up

It is the last week of my first semester of my junior year here at SUNY New Paltz, so I thought I would write a little post summing it all up…with my favorite photos of course.

This semester has been a whirlwind of emotions. Some amazing things happened and some awfully stressful things happened as well, but that did not stop me from exploring and taking photos.

New Paltz in the Fall is one of the most beautiful sights to be seen. There is apple picking, trees that are filled with fluorescent shades of red, yellow, orange, and green; The sunsets get more beautiful every day, and who doesn’t love a random walk on the rail trail here and there for some exploring?

Overall this semester has been filled with many beautiful memories, and I got to capture them all.


This was one of the first sunsets of the semester, and it was breathtaking.


This was a cute little bridge that my friends and I came across while on a hike.


Still can’t believe I took this photo, it looks so professional..LOL. But, these are some of the gorgeous trees on campus.


Moxie Cupcakes always knows how to make people smile while walking past their shop on Main Street.

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Here are my feet along with the feet of my best friends…we were trying to be artsy while on a hayride to go apple picking.

If you like some of the pictures you see here and want to get a little more of the inside scoop to this beautiful town, then check out my friend Angel’s blog where she posts about her mini adventures:

To learn about more cool things to do in the Hudson Valley and the surrounding area, check out this blog:


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