I am a photographer located in Cold Spring, New York. My principal subjects are landscapes, as well as birds and other wildlife. I travel frequently and have photographed landscapes, wildlife and other subjects both locally, in the Hudson Valley and the New York metropolitan region, and in many other locations in the United States, France, Italy, Spain, England, Ireland and Scotland. My interest in landscape photography grew out of my travels and a desire to create a permanent record of the many remarkable sights I have encountered. I am constantly in search of a viewpoint that delivers an interesting composition, a perspective that creates an illusion of depth in a two-dimensional image, and lighting conditions, whether during daylight hours or at night, that enhance the beauty of the subject. My photos have appeared in solo and juried group exhibitions in the New York metropolitan area, and have been featured in print or on the web by Architectural Digest, Manhattan Magazine, the Maine Office of Tourism, the Columbia County, New York Office of Tourism, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, among others. My photograph of The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, at Sunrise recently won a photo competition sponsored by Ilford Imaging, and my photography is the subject of an article in the Ilford blog. My photos are available for viewing and purchase at my photography website, Phil Haber Photography, and I also maintain a photography Facebook site. My work is represented by the Mormor Gallery of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, and I am a contributing photographer of Getty Images. In addition, I am a founding member of Red Circle PhotoArts, a recently formed photographers' collective located in the New York metropolitan area.