Ed Rowley’s Portfolio

BROOKWOOD POINT

Ed Rowley’s Portfolio

SCARLET TANAGER: A Monet-like spot of red sets off Ed Rowley’s study of Brookwood Point’s Garden House.

Raised in the Town of Oneonta, Ed Rowley spent many boyhood summers at his family’s camp on Otsego Lake, soon becoming familiar with such Glimmerglass’ charms as Brookwood Gardens, about a mile up the west wide of the lake, then owned by the late Bob Cook.   Later, as Rowley pursued a lifelong interest in photography, he captured hundreds of images of the much-beloved property.   With Otsego Land Trust’s Grand Reopening of the 22-acre lakeside parcel noon-5 p.m. Saturday as Brookwood Point, Ed sent along these recent images of the property to give the public a taste of the delights it will be experiencing for years to come.

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