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On photographing wolves – part 2

Continued from: On Photographing Wolves – part 1 There are three species of wolves at the Lakota Wolf Preserve: two packs of Timber wolves, and one each of…

On photographing wolves – part 1

This past December I turned thirty, with what I assume is the usual trepidation and conflicting feelings.  I’m not old yet, but I’m out of my twenties, and…

No Posts Last Week

So no posts last week – sorry.  That wasn’t entirely planned, but it’s how it played out.  Last week was my birthday, which I normally wouldn’t even mention…

BRENT PENNINGTON Kayaking along the northern shore of Tobyhanna Lake, Tobyhanna State Park, on the morning of 22 May 2015.

GMPE: Part 2 – Tobyhanna Lake

The second stop on my Great May Photo Expedition was Tobyhanna State Park, where I launched the kayak for a windy late-morning paddle.  I’m normally a on-the-water-at-dawn sort…

Assateague Ponies

The last post in my Assateague adventure series, and what better to end with than the ponies that make the island famous. The ponies, notably but perhaps fictitiously…

Happy Easter

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BRENT PENNINGTON A North American Beaver patrols along the western shore of Lackawanna Lake on the evening of 22 May 2013.

North American Beaver

I came across this gal (I’m assuming it’s a gal, but I really have no idea how to determine the gender of a beaver) the same evening that…

BRENT PENNINGTON River otters play together at Fords Pond on the morning of 13 April 2013.

Simple Clicks – River Otters

I’ve been trying to write a post about these guys since I saw them over a month ago and just haven’t been able to come up with anything…

If You Give a Moose a Muffin

I’ll be heading to Vermont for a few days later this winter and am already putting together a list of the things I want to accomplish while I’m…

Sapsucker Woods – Spring 2011

Spent this past Saturday afternoon in Ithaca, NY, which is one of my favorite places to visit.  Aside from the wonderful state parks and the lakeside views, it’s…

Happy Easter

Pretty sure he didn’t lay any eggs, chocolate or otherwise! A Happy Easter, and happy Spring, to you all. Related Posts:GMPE: Part 2 – Tobyhanna LakeAssateague PoniesHappy EasterPPL…

PPL Riverlands in Spring, Part 2

My trip to the Riverlands Wetland area was definitely a success, even just based on the finds I shared in Part 1.  But believe it or not, it…