The North Fork of Long Island — to some the step-child of its southern neighbor, the Hamptons — is an unassuming remnant of America's colonial past. Filled with seaside towns and rich with farms and vineyards, the North Fork has become a magnet for those who eschew the Hamptons, taking delight in its unpretentiousness.
These are images from a week of vacationing in New Suffolk, located on Peconic Bay. Photographs of Mattituck, Cutchogue, Southold and Greenport are included. So too the many ospreys whose nests dot this narrow landscape. Alas, it is rapidly losing its foothold on being New York's best kept secret.