The Roving Photographer


Simple Clicks – macro dew

A late post for yesterday, which I missed while on the road.  This is a forsythia bush, just starting to blossom – they’re fairly common in NEPA and are always vibrantly, fiery yellow in the early spring.  We added one to our landscaping this year and it’s already looking like this. I was out with […]

Simple Clicks – feeder birds

A few photos from the backyard feeder, where spring has arrived to stay.  The American Goldfinches have largely moved through, although a few individuals are still in the area and are slowly molting into their full breeding plumage.  Likewise, a few Dark-eyed Juncos, which are usually a winter bird, are still here.  The rest are […]

Simple Clicks – flowing water

I stopped and played in the stream that flows across the old gravel road up at the Eales Preserve last weekend.  I had the new Olympus TG-3 with me, which is one of their “tough” series P&S cameras that is, among other things, waterproof.  And while I didn’t dunk it into the creek entirely, I […]

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 […]

Simple Clicks – South Branch of Tunkhannock Creek in b&w

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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 […]

Happy Easter

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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 – gone for the winter

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Simple Clicks – early spring feeder birds

Just a few captures from the backyard bird feeder over the past few weekends.  The snow wasn’t the greatest conditions to be working through, but it did add a nice quality.  The photo above is a Dark-eyed Junco, the first two below are a Carolina Wren (which was a really nice surprise, as this is […]

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