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Simple Clicks – hawk mystery

This photo – not a very good capture from a photographic standpoint – is from my encounter with the Red Tailed Hawks at Paul’s house this past summer….

BRENT PENNINGTON Autumn foliage and wild grasses glow in the golden light of sunrise at the RC field at Lackawanna State Park on the morning of 04 October 2015.

Simple Clicks – glimpse of autumn

Following my early morning skunking, I was rewarded with a bit of luck; about the time I was driving out of the park, the sky finally started to…

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

Simple Clicks – autumn

Just a simple click today, but one of my favorite photos from the past few years.  This is my tree, up at Fords.  Mine, in the sense that…

Simple Clicks – skunky morning

I ventured out on a cold autumn morning a couple of weekends back.  It wasn’t a planned outing – I woke up about 5am and looked out the…

BRENT PENNINGTON The Earth's shadow blocks all but a sliver of the moon during the first half of a lunar eclipse, photographed from Scranton, PA, on the night of 27 September 2015.

Simple Clicks – lunar eclipse

I had heard about the lunar eclipse on Sunday night, but wasn’t giving it much thought, since the forecast was calling for overcast.  Turns out the Weather Channel…

BRENT PENNINGTON Pink lily blossoms float atop lily pads in a quiet section of Beltzville Lake at Beltzville State Park on the morning of 28 August 2015.

Simple Clicks – water lilies

What is it about water lilies that make them so lovely?  I think it might have something to do with how inaccessible they are, softly faceted gem blossoms…

BRENT PENNINGTON A summer evening on Bear Creek, as it forms the western arm of the impoundment behind Francis Walter Dam. 07 August 2015

Simple Clicks – Frances Walter Dam

Just a few shots from my trip across the Frances Walter Dam impoundment.  This was only, I think, my third visit here.  It’s a shoreline unlike any other…

BRENT PENNINGTON Stumps sit high and dry on the muddy riverbank along Bear Creek, standing on their exposed roots. 07 August 2015

Simple Clicks – walking stumps

Saw these on my way back down Bear Creek towards the launch and had to swing back and grab a shot.  Black & white seemed the right way…

BRENT PENNINGTON Large bird tracks remain in the mud along Bear Creek at the Frances Walter Dam on the evening of 07 August 2015.

Simple Clicks – tracks on the bank

Just before the series of creek photos I posted about earlier, I grabbed this one from the kayak.  The banks are a mix of sand and thick, reddish…

BRENT PENNINGTON Underwater view of a submerged stump in Gouldsboro Lake on the afternoon of 23 July 2015.

Simple Clicks – underwater realms

The problem with having an underwater camera is two-fold: first, finding locations where the conditions align to make underwater photography possible (with a positive outcome likely), and second…

BRENT PENNINGTON Small and delicate pink flowers from an aquatic plant dot the surface of Gouldsboro Lake on the afternoon of 23 July 2015.

Simple Clicks – mystery flower, again

This flower is, as the title suggests, a mystery.  This one was photographed at Gouldsboro State Park, and I have encountered it only once before, down at nearby…

BRENT PENNINGTON Water lilys in full bloom on Gouldsboro Lake on the afternoon of 23 July 2015.

Simple Clicks – lily reflection

While kayaking at Gouldsboro State Park a few weeks back, I snapped this frame, just as I was heading out on my afternoon paddling adventure.  Blazing white lilies…