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Simple Clicks – shore ice

Although there was still ice on the lake this past weekend, in the 2.5 miles I paddled I only found two places where any snow or ice remained on shore, and this was by far the bigger concentration of it.  Tucked in under a stand of pines right on the lakeside, the ice here must […]


First Paddle of Spring

11 April 2015 – Saturday morning and, for the first time in months, I got some time on the water.  I made it up to Bullhead Bay just after sunrise, operating on a friend who lives nearby who said that the water was open down to the marsh.  And so after a winter-long hiatus, I […]


Simple Clicks – last of the snow

A few final captures from the end of winter, the last early-spring snowstorm that hit us in the final weeks of March.  I drove up to Lackawanna State Park the morning after to enjoy the frosted look, every branch coated with snow.  It’s lovely and the visit was good, but the snow is all gone […]


Simple Clicks – ice!

This is why I still can’t go kayaking…  A solid 16+ inches of ice covering the lake.  The park folks must have quarried this out, as it was sitting on display by the boat launch, which in the winter becomes the entry to the ice skating area. It is rather lovely, however.  But I still […]


Simple Clicks – ice fishermen

The past several posts have focused around looking down into the ice, and the dark lake below.  I thought it was time to look around again, at the world atop the ice.  While exploring the ice fishing holes, I also captured a few shots of the ice fishermen themselves, and the little communities that spring […]


Ice fishing holes 03

Presenting the third, and possibly final, segment in my collection of ice fishing hole photos.  I can’t decide if this mini-project is interesting, or just stupid.  On one hand the holes, their variety and features, are interesting.  And scouting them is kind of an adventure, never knowing what each will show me.  I’ve seen some […]


Ice fishing holes 02

Following my post from last week, I’ve since returned to Lackawanna State Park and trekked farther across the well-frozen lake.  While on the water, so to speak, I was keeping an eye out for ice fishing holes to add to my photographic collection started in the previous post.  Turns out that isn’t hard to do […]


Ice Fishing

Last weekend, when the temperature finally rose above zero – and above freezing – I trekked out to the park for my annual “go stand on the ice” event.  It’s something I do each winter and, to be honest, it’s probably a little silly.  After all, I kayak these same waters eight months out of […]


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 […]


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 […]


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