Sites from across the scenic North Fork of Long Island.
The Jamesport Meeting House was built in 1731
The Jamesport Meeting House was built in 1731 and is the oldest building in the Town of Riverhead. (June 28, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
Jamesport's Iron Pier Beach overlooks the Long Island
Jamesport's Iron Pier Beach overlooks the Long Island Sound. (June 28, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
A view of the Mattituck Inlet from Wickham
A view of the Mattituck Inlet from Wickham Avenue. (Jan. 3, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)

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Love Lane is a short commercial block in
Love Lane is a short commercial block in the heart of Mattituck Village that connects Sound Avenue to Main Road. (Jan. 3, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
Wayside Market is on Main Road in Southold.
Wayside Market is on Main Road in Southold. (Feb. 16, 2011) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
The Southold Free Library is on Main Road
The Southold Free Library is on Main Road in Southold. (Feb. 16, 2011) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
The Village House, built in 1798 originally as
The Village House, built in 1798 originally as a one story house for Augustus Griffin, is one of six buildings filled with history as part of The Oysterponds Historical Society in Orient on the North Fork. Augustus Griffin was an early town historian. (Sept. 19, 2010) (Credit: Randee Daddona)
A view of Dam Pond and the Dam
A view of Dam Pond and the Dam Pond Nature Preserve from the Orient-East Marion Causeway. (Aug. 1, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)

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A ferry pulls into the dock at Orient
A ferry pulls into the dock at Orient Point as another prepares to board passengers for New London, Conn, at the Cross Sound Ferry dock. (Aug. 1, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)
Bicyclists on Shelter Island's Grand Avenue. (May 14,
Bicyclists on Shelter Island's Grand Avenue. (May 14, 2011) (Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.)
The South Ferry, which carries cars and trucks,
The South Ferry, which carries cars and trucks, plies its way between Shelter Island and North Haven. Everything must be ferried on to the island -- from pavement for the roads, to provisions for the stores, to supplies, to the mail. (May 7, 2011) (Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.)