Went for a hike today (likely the last for a while if the forecast for snow holds). I took a series of nine photos of the distant Catskills from Spring Farm at the Mohonk Preserve in the Shawangunks (41° 47.780' N, 074° 07.531' W). The photos were then stitched together with Hugin, a free program that allows you to easily create panoramas.
The view is looking to the northwest over the Rondout Valley. I then did my best to label a number of the peaks (hopefully correctly). Click here for the zoomable huge version.
By the way, to a geologist, the Catskills are not true mountains. They're composed entirely of flat-lying sedimentary rocks shed off an ancient mountain belt to the east (the Devonian Period Acadian Mountains). They're actually a dissected plateau. Still pretty!