Description Yet, as only New Yorkers know, if you can get through the twilight, you'll live through the night.~Dorothy ParkerAs I walked the 'Walkway Over the Hudson', Highland, New York, last week, my thoughts roamed of how it must have been so very long ago before Europeans had come to this land. The days and nights where the Native Americans had this land, where animals now extinct forever roamed free, how the lands were when they were truly free and wild.The walk across the Hudson River on this old Railroad bridge is about 1.35 miles each way...plenty of time to think, to imagine, to dream of days we shall never know.Background image is of the Walkway on a pleasant summer day in August, when river breezes were delightful and skies were powder blue. The composition has been combined with a vintage portion of an image known as 'Garden of Earthly Delights' by Bosch. Textures are original, except for those from age already on the Garden Delight image. All work has been done in Photoshop.