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Frances Walter Dam

Headed out to the Frances Walter Dam one evening a few weeks back with the idea that I’d be on the water through sunset and could grab some really great shots.  The geology around the dam is unique in this area, a lot of rocky bluffs and boulders, a much more rugged appearance than the […]


Sunrise on a mountain

  There are precious few mountains in Pennsylvania – a statement that depends entirely on perspective and will probably be declared untrue by (at least) the locals.  But from where I’m standing, it’s true.  PA just isn’t mountain country, even the very lovely Endless Mountains which are really more like rolling hills.  But we do […]


Hickory Run State Park

We’re stepping back over a month here to my visit to Hickory Run State Park, a place I’ve only been once before and even now have hardly begun to explore.  Located near White Haven, PA, it’s a bit beyond my usual range but during early August I decided that I needed to get out and […]


Big Pocono

With summer waning and my free time with it, I’ve been making more of an effort these past weeks to get out and do things.  Back in April I made a list of things I wanted to do this summer – actually it was an extension of the list I made after New Year’s.  And […]


Vermont landscapes

Just about to wrap up the last photos from my Vermont trip, ending with a few landscapes.  This series came from my last morning outing, on a day when I wasn’t sure what I wanted to shoot.  All I knew for certain is that I was bored going to the same locations and wanted something […]


Sapsucker in the Spring

  With the return of the birds in the spring migration, I made a run up to Sapsucker Woods a couple of weekends back to check in and see what was flying about.  Sapsucker Woods is one of my favorite places to photograph and I make several trips there each year between spring and autumn. […]


A new ship

The search – and research – is finally over and I’m the proud owner of a brand new kayak! I came home earlier this week with a Wilderness Systems Ride 115 and have already gotten everything ready so that I can take it out over the weekend. Turns out the Ride wasn’t even one of […]


A new adventure

*Note: this post went live on Saturday, so some of you may have seen it.  It wasn’t supposed to, as it was still lacking photos and some final edits.  Not sure what happened there, but oh well – here it is again, in its final form. It’s time for a new adventure, so starting this […]


Winter, unexpectedly – panoramas

While shooting my unexpected winter landscapes at Promised Land State Park, I made a few panoramas as well.  No surprise there.  And several of them came out well – I’m very pleased with them, perhaps even more so than the single-frame images, which just don’t capture the feel of this morning the same way. This […]


Winter, unexpectedly

Driving out for my third eagling expedition (where the feeder shots in the last post came from), I was surprised to find the landscape along the highway blanketed in a layer of new snow.  Scranton was bare when I left – we’d had a few flurries overnight but nothing that stuck. But a mere fifteen […]


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