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Turtle Soup

Just before Memorial Day this year, Brent and I paid a visit to Ford’s Pond, one of our favorite places for catching some wildlife. Unfortunately, it was a…

Puddling Along

I’ve had some decent fortune with the wildlife near the swimming beach at Tobyhanna State Park in Northeastern Pennsylvania. I’ve captured an eagle on the ground and a…

In The Backyard: Feeder Birds

I wanted to start a new category for my photos, calling it In The Backyard. I’ve been doing a significant amount of landscaping work recently, and as a…

A Little Mood Music

I always think that early mornings are best for “mood” shots. Here are a few efforts captured recently at the Abington Regional Park in Northeastern Pennsylvania. I had…

So Rare As A Day In …

Although the poet James Russell Lowell asks, “And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days;” — I’d like to cast…

Dropping In

Water fascinates me, whether it be the large scale of a thundering waterfall or, in this case, just a few well-placed droplets left by rain or dew. Properly…

Loud and Low

We hear a lot about the differences between men and women, and that would seem to equally apply to other members of the animal kingdom, including birds. The…

Simple Clicks – Goose Head

It seems like Canadian Geese (along with their droppings) are everywhere I look in Northeastern PA this year — all of the usual water spots I frequent, such…

Oh Venus…

Whatever role the goddess Venus plays in the fortunes of love, as Frankie Avalon’s song  suggests, the planet Venus makes a lovely astronomical object that dominates the night…

Aisle Seat

It can be difficult to photograph birds, being that they are so wary — for the most part. I had previously had no luck trying to get close…

Simple Clicks – AM-PM Birds

This past weekend, I stopped by at Tobyhanna State Park in Northeast PA. The last time I was there, I captured a shot of a Great Blue Heron…

Light and Shadow

I don’t believe I have a particular “style” of photography that defines my work. There are, however, several elements I enjoy experimenting with. One of those is the…