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Simple Clicks – Winters past

It was sixty-four degrees in Scranton yesterday.  It was sixty-three degrees today, and it’s raining outside now.  The odds of a white Christmas are looking pretty slim, and…

Simple Clicks – sunrise panorama

All my beach mornings were foggy – this was probably the best out of the three. Related Posts:Simple Clicks – beach views in color and b&wSimple Clicks –…

BRENT PENNINGTON Views across an agricultural landscape from atop Roman's Nose in Middleburgh, NY, on the afternoon of 25 April 2015.

Roman’s Nose

A couple of weeks back, at the end of April, we drove up to Cobleskill, NY, to visit my brother and his girlfriend, who attend the SUNY college…

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…

BRENT PENNINGTON A cool sunrise tints the sky in pastel tones over a foggy Lackawanna Lake on the morning of 10 August 2013.

Simple Clicks – Panorama on the lake

One last shot from my Saturday morning outing, processing with a Velvia film emulation like the others from that morning but again, rather toned-down from the defaults.  It’s…

BRENT PENNINGTON Sunrise over the now drained Beaver Pond near Pico Mtn, VT, on the morning of 16 June 2013.

Beaver Pond

I was able to get a few new sites in during my time in Vermont; this was the first of them, Beaver Pond, near Pico Mountain.  As you…

BRENT PENNINGTON Panorama of the Northampton Street Bridge crossing the Delaware River in Easton, PA, on the afternoon of 09 March 2013.

Easton, PA

Spend 24 hours in the town of Easton a couple of weeks back, on a March Saturday that turned out to be uncharacteristically warm and lovely.  It as…

BRENT PENNINGTON Panorama taken at sunrise over yet-frozen Lackawanna Lake as seen from Bullhead Bay on the morning of 17 March 2013.

Simple Clicks – Fresh snowfall panorama

Vertical panoramas are tricky.  You need a narrow area of interest, something that will fit in the short dimension of the final composition.  Perhaps more importantly, you need…

BRENT PENNINGTON Reflections amid fresh snowfall in the river running into Lower Lake at Promised Land State Park on the morning of 14 February 2013.

Winter, unexpectedly – panoramas

While shooting my unexpected winter landscapes at Promised Land State Park, I made a few panoramas as well.  No surprise there.  And several of them came out well…

BRENT PENNINGTON Sunrise over frozen Lackawanna Lake and ice fishermen at Lackawanna State Park on the morning of 27 January 2013.

Cold but worth it

Sunday morning dawned cold and overcast, but after my success with the eagles the day before, I was already up and in the field.  Photography is like a…

Early morning at the Chittenden Reservoir on Thanksgiving Day, 22 November 2012.

Simple Clicks – Chittenden Reservoir Panorama

Just a last capture from Chittenden Reservoir on Thanksgiving morning.  I stopped back on the reservoir beach on my way to the car and shot a series of…

Autumn colors the hillsides at Fords Pond, 21 October 2012.

Searching for autumn – panoramas

As promised, a few panoramas from my search for autumn last weekend.  The longer I shoot panoramas, the more I enjoy it, the wider view, the greater possible…