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Happy Thanksgiving

We have so much to be thankful for.  (Well okay, maybe not this guy – he’s about to be dinner!)  But I think that it’s somehow easy for us to lose sight of that, at least sometimes.  So having a day set aside where we can remember to remember all that we have in our […]


Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!  We’re kicking it off a few hours early here in the Electric City.  Scranton is the only place I’ve ever been where people shoot off fireworks all year round.  Literally right out of their yards, well within the city limits, a few random ones each week, sometimes a small batch.  Nobody seems […]


Happy holidays! – and we’re back!

A very happy (and belated) holidays to all! I know that the big days have both passed, but I still wanted to put it out there for my readers, along with the hope that they were filled with good friends and good times. And with that, we’re back here at TRP. It was a much-needed […]


NYC at Christmastime

I’m back from the Big Apple, that crazy city on the island that thinks it’s the center of the universe. It was part two of my bi-yearly pilgrimage, brought on by a combination of Mandy’s asking to go, and cheap tickets on a bus chartered by a friend’s family. Not having to drive makes it […]


Thanksgiving morning in Vermont

A surprising number of my holidays start this way – out in the cold, roving around a lake or through the woods, usually by myself.  And maybe that sounds a little undesirable  but really it isn’t.  There’s something nice about starting the day off peacefully.  And I love being outside at sunrise when the world is […]


Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday of the year.  It’s dedicated to friends and family, to being at home where it’s warm and comfortable, enjoying company and telling stories.  There’s some carrying on and always laughter. And it’s good to be thankful, because there’s a lot to be thankful for.  Me, I’m thankful for great […]


Happy All Hallows

Here’s wishing a spooky All Hallow’s, Dia de los Muertos, happy harvest, or just tons of candy to all my readers. However you celebrate this holiday, I hope that you’re having fun with it! Related Posts:Happy ThanksgivingSimple Clicks – maple leavesHappy Independence Day!Happy holidays! – and we’re back!Happy Thanksgiving


Simple Clicks – 4th of July moments

I started the 4th with the idea that I’d shoot a photo essay throughout the day, focusing entirely on detail shots.  Because it’s a day made up of fine details, all the little things that come together to equal Independence Day celebrations.  Hot dogs, BBQ, cold drinks, pinwheels, sparklers, flags on everything…  Alas, the best […]


Heroes long gone

With Independence Day only hours away, it seems fitting to take a moment and give credit to some of this nation’s heroes of ages past.  While out shooting with Paul yesterday, we were finishing up at the Tunkhannock Viaduct when he mentioned that Stephens Cemetery was just up the road and contained a number of […]


Parade Day, Scranton

Parade Day has come and gone and, for the first time since living in Scranton, I can actually say that I was right there in the thick of it. I like parades. I mean honestly, who doesn’t? This was something else entirely, however. This was the big kahuna of parades, the parade to end all […]


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