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Simple Clicks – South shore dock

Just a simple image of the dock on the southeast shore at Lackawanna State Park.  I was out paddling one evening in early August, not really intending to…

BRENT PENNINGTONSunrise over Lackawanna Lake on the morning of 20 August 2014.

Simple Clicks – Tarpon sunrise

Setting out from the Bullhead Bay launch one morning about a month ago, I couldn’t help but stop and grab a shot of my Tarpon sitting along the…

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Late summer variety, part 2

I started writing Thursday’s Late Summer Variety, part 1 and realized that I had more photos to share than I thought. More than could fit into a single…

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Late summer variety, part 1

A sampling of critters from a couple of different mornings lately, starting with my old friends, the Cedar Waxwings. These are some of my favorite birds, thanks to…

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Simple Clicks – Herons

On the same morning as my Colors of Fog post, but about an hour or so later, I was farther along the shoreline at Fords Pond when I…

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Colors of fog

Fords Pond a few weeks back, I was out on the water before sunrise and had the place to myself.  I’ve often said that sunrise is my favorite…

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Simple Clicks – Susquehanna Evening

I spent time this past week out on the Susquehanna River, putting the Tarpon in at Falls and paddling upstream in my usual pattern, to the islands that…

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Simple Clicks – foggy creek

South Branch of Tunkhannock Creek at sunrise this past week.  If you look closely, you’ll see that it’s there – those first signs of autumn.  The final waves…

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Simple Clicks – moonset

From the morning of 10 August, while I was on my way to Fords Pond for some sunrise kayaking.  I was passing Abington Area Community Park, almost to…

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Simple Clicks – on the hunt

Okay, so maybe it’s a bit of a butt shot, but it was too visually interesting for me to toss it.  And in my defense, you can see…

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Simple Clicks – River Killdeer

Nope, not some rare subset of the species, you won’t find a “River Killdeer” in any birding books.  This is just a Killdeer who happens to live on…

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Spotted Sandpiper

Meet the Spotted Sandpiper, a more frequent citizen of inland Pennsylvania than you might imagine.  If you’re like me, then sandpipers are a kind of generic group of…