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Wind and snow

After my eagle adventure the weekend before last, I stopped at Promised Land State Park on my way home.  The eagling had been poor and I knew that…

Simple Clicks – boats in fog

Seem to have something of a nautical theme going here.  I think it’s the end of the warm seasons that’s making me yearn for boats and water already….

Trostle Pond & thoughts on color and b&w

        Turns out I shot a lot of photos at Trostle Pond the other morning.  And I was going through them in post, I stumbled…

Simple Clicks – South shore dock

Just a simple image of the dock on the southeast shore at Lackawanna State Park.  I was out paddling one evening in early August, not really intending to…

Frances Slocum in B&W

Back in June I spent several hours hiking at Frances Slocum State Park, doing my best to stay in the cooler shade of the forest and enjoy the…

Simple Clicks – Hickory Run in winter

A few from this past winter – early February to be exact.  I drove down to Hickory Run State Park with the idea that the various creeks, or…

Color or b&w?

Sometimes I find that the choice between color and black and white is straight-forward, while other times it’s a lot harder for me to figure out which I…

Simple Clicks – Kennedy Creek trail

I hiked the Kennedy Creek trail at Lackawanna State Park this past spring, back in April.  It’s that time of year when spring is here, but it’s subtle…

Simple Clicks – Eales Preserve

A male Eastern Towhee keeps a beady red eye on me as I hike along the Blueberry Trail in the Eales Preserve.  Perched in one of the taller…

BRENT PENNINGTON View to the northeast from atop Camelback Mountain in Big Pocono State Park on the evening of 12 August 2013.

Simple Clicks – a few more from Big Pocono

Just a few final shots from my first visit to Big Pocono State Park that didn’t make the last post, mainly because two of them are in black…

BRENT PENNINGTON The shoreline of Lower Lake at Promised Land State Park rendered in black & white. Photographed on the morning of 27 May 2013.

Simple Clicks – lily pads

This was one of those mornings when the lake was so calm and clear that you could see right down to the bottom anywhere it was shallow enough…

BRENT PENNINGTON The shoreline of Lower Lake at Promised Land State Park rendered in black & white. Photographed on the morning of 27 May 2013.

Not quite right

This image – and the others in this post – are almost two months old.  I shot them while out in the kayak, on a trip to Promised…