Cherry blossoms and historic buildings make Village Lane in Orient one of the most beautiful places on the East End. (Credit: David Benthal)
Something happens when you cross the causeway and pass the crab shack and Latham farm stand on your way to Orient.
It’s a feeling, something akin to traveling in a time machine, that is only heightened as you make the turn at the Civil War monument onto Village Lane.
A major part of the Orient Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, the buildings that line Village Lane still proudly carry a celebrated aesthetic of centuries past. (more…)
EJ Camp shooting at Trumans Beach in Orient (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
Editor’s note: We are republishing our favorite stories of 2015.
Photographing the North and South Forks of Long Island should be second nature for renowned photographer EJ Camp. After all, she’s been photographing the waters off the East End for over 30 years.
“I used to summer in Bellport, then I visited a client in Beixedon Estates in Southold and decided that day I was moving to the North Fork,” said Camp, who now lives in Orient in a house overlooking the water.
If you don’t know her name, you know her work. (more…)