Despite strides in technology since then, Greg Miller took considerably more shots—as many as 2,500—for this updated edition, and even with the aid of a computer he probably spent more time matching up his prints than Shear did in constructing the original panoramas.
Blame for that can be laid, in part, on the plethora and size of new buildings along the shore, primarily in and around Manhattan, which play havoc with angles while shooting from the deck of a moving boat.
Coast Survey's navigation response teams (NRTs) play a key role in the nation's maritime emergency readiness, scanning the seafloor with sonar systems to locate underwater hazards to navigation.
A book of his photographs, The Hudson River: A Great American Treasure, was released in 2008.
The Planning Board's authority stems from RSA 673:1(Planning and Zoning) and its principal function is "to prepare and amend from time to time a master plan to guide the development of the municipality" as per RSA 674:1.
Coast Survey strategically places six navigation response teams (NRT1-NRT6) around the country.
While 80 percent of their time is spent acquiring data for chart updates, they must also maintain a state of readiness for rapid mobilization for response after emergencies.
In the new location, Chase wants to create a classic American Main Street storefront with big wooden doors and large windows, directly across from Hudson Town Hall."It will really feel like those Main Street shops you used to walk into," Chase said.
Chase is updating the progress of the new location at @The Haberdash on Instagram.
But Shear also had the benefit of the Day Liners, which maintained a regular schedule and a more or less constant speed, while Miller was at the mercy, not to mention generosity, of boat owners who were intrigued with the project.
In the end, the variety of craft on which he made the 140-mile journey—the 80-foot schooner Adirondack; Launch 5, a former New York City Police Department harbor patrol boat; and the Serenity, an electric-powered vessel—says much about the Hudson’s continued vitality.
A photographic documentary of both sides of the river, from New York Harbor to Albany, updating and reprinting the classic 1910 Panorama of the Hudson.
In honor of the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s voyage of discovery on the river that now bears his name, Panorama of the Hudson River offers a twenty-first-century updating of G.
With the expansion into the new 730-square-foot location, Chase expects to hire two more employees to serve the two stores, bringing her to nine total employees, all of whom are part time.