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Dark Forest in Fire Island, New York. Fire Island is interesting island which is just one big Sandbar.  The vegetation is unique with sand dunes and a forest of trees adapted to the sandy environment. Fine Art Photography: prints for sale from $40.00.

Dark Forest in Fire Island, New York. Fire Island is interesting island which is just one big Sandbar. The vegetation is unique with sand dunes and a forest of trees adapted to the sandy environment. Fine Art Photography: prints for sale from $40.00.

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Rodger Max Barrow (November 23, 1954 - May 14, 2000) was the formerly Excutive Director of Utahs Repertory Dance Theatre and Director of Development for the Joffrey and Feld Ballets and City Center Theatre. Also Chair of New Yorks State Council for the arts dance panel. (Picture: Rodger Max Barrow with Chuck Pepe) He died of complications from Aids on May 14, 2000, on Fire Island Pines. He received an MFA in photography from NYU in 1991.

Rodger Max Barrow (November 23, 1954 - May 14, 2000) was the formerly Excutive Director of Utahs Repertory Dance Theatre and Director of Development for the Joffrey and Feld Ballets and City Center Theatre. Also Chair of New Yorks State Council for the arts dance panel. (Picture: Rodger Max Barrow with Chuck Pepe) He died of complications from Aids on May 14, 2000, on Fire Island Pines. He received an MFA in photography from NYU in 1991.

Oct. 2, 1963: Probationary firemen participated in a drill described in The Times “one of the biggest — but safest — ‘fires’ in town.”

Oct. 2, 1963: Probationary firemen participated in a drill described in The Times “one of the biggest — but safest — ‘fires’ in town.”

The Frank House, Fire Island Pines, New York, 1961

Beach Houses by Horace Gifford and Andrew Geller

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Magazine - What Artists Do When They Are Not Being Artists

A wrecked schooner long buried on Fire Island — a barrier island off of Long Island, N.Y. — now lies fully exposed following Hurricane Sandy's attack on the beach.

Hurricane Sandy Exposes Fire Island Shipwreck

A wrecked schooner long buried on Fire Island — a barrier island off of Long Island, N.Y. — now lies fully exposed following Hurricane Sandy's attack on the beach.

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