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West Rutland Marsh in winter

  I’ve shared my visits to West Rutland Marsh over the past few years and talked about how wonderful this location is, so unlike any other place I’ve found, with it’s boardwalk out into the marsh itself providing a unique and intimate access to an environment that is almost impossible to reach otherwise.  Even in […]


In the snow

Although my visit to Kent Pond began under an overcast sky, it deteriorated to snow within an hour.  Having tromped through the snow by the boat launch, over the river (creek) and through the woods, I had returned to the Jeep and took a ride around behind the pond, and ended up coming back over the […]


Kent Pond in winter

I drove to Vermont for Thanksgiving this year, timing it just right so that I spent the first four hours of my evening journey covering 2.5 hours worth of highway in the midst of a heavy snowstorm.  Fun times!  (Eventually I gave up and finished the journey the next morning, which was definitely a smart […]


Nockamixon State Park

As I mentioned in my Ralph Stover State Park post last week, I went on a weekend trip south to Doylestown over a year ago and somehow never got around to sharing the photos.  Which is strange, since some of them – and especially some of the ones in this post – are my favorites […]


The Water Gap

I spent some time down in the Delaware Water Gap in late-October, meeting up with a photography friend and his wife whom I don’t get to see often.  And not only was it a chance to see someplace new and spend a little time out in the autumn landscape with the camera, but it was […]


Simple Clicks – sunrise shoreline

Sunrise at Minsi Lake with my friend Mike and we walked out on an earthen fishing pier near the boat launch.  It was the perfect vantage point from which to shoot the sunrise, which spread across the mirror-like surface of the lake.  The pier – and I know that’s not the correct term, but I […]


Ralph Stover State Park

These photos are over a year old.  Why?  I have no idea.  Mandy and I took a trip down to Doylestown, PA, in August 2013, just to get away for a weekend and explore.  We had a great time and I was very happy with the photos I made during the trip.  And yet I […]


Kayak Updates

Kayak season is once again over; the leaves are down, the temperatures are down with them, and we’ve already had a dusting of snow.  Pretty soon the lakes will freeze over and I’ll be walking across them where only a few months before I was paddling. My ‘yaks are stored in the garage for the […]


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 […]


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