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BRENT PENNINGTON Milton State Park, situated in the midst of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in Milton, PA. Photographed during the State Park Blitz on the morning of 29 August 2015.

Milton State Park: an island in the stream

Saturday morning and I was on the road by seven, heading south to I-80 and then west, towards the center of Pennsylvania, that region that looks so empty…

BRENT PENNINGTON The surface of Beltzville Lake is a mirror, reflecting a sky just clearing of fog. Beltzville State Park, the morning of 28 August 2015.

Beltzville State Park: on the big waters

Beltzville State Park lies an hour’s drive south of Scranton, down the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.  On the map, it’s a brilliant splash of blue amid…

BRENT PENNINGTON Fog clings to the evergreen forest around Wild Creek, just upstream from Wild Creek Cove on Beltzville Lake, in Beltzville State Park, on the morning of 28 August 2015.

State Park Blitz: a Central PA Adventure

For the last weekend in August, I decided that I needed to do something special to celebrate the last weekend of summer.  As I’ve mentioned before, one of…

BRENT PENNINGTON Twilight on the beach at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on the evening of 09 May 2015.

Time on the sand

It’s been a few weeks since my Chincoteague NWR adventure in Virginia, and the deluge of posts that followed, and I realized that I still had a handful…

BRENT PENNINGTON Kayaking on Kent Pond in Killington, VT, on the morning of 12 June 2015.

Simple Clicks – Kent Pond

When you reach the back of Kent Pond by water, the far northern northern cove, you find the outflow dam and, as you approach it, the water forms…

BRENT PENNINGTON The lower falls at Kent Brook, where it flows into Kent Pond, in Killington, VT, on the morning of 12 June 2015.

Playing in the water in Vermont

When I finished my loon adventure on Kent Pond, I paddled back towards the boat launch, continuing past it down the channel through the marsh to Kent Brook’s…

BRENT PENNINGTON A Common Loon swims on the surface of Kent Pond in Killington, VT, on the morning of 12 June 2015.

Loons in Vermont

When I went to Vermont a couple of weeks back, I drive over 600 miles round trip with the red Impulse 10 strapped to the Jeep’s roof racks….

BRENT PENNINGTON Sunset on the beach at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on the evening of 09 May 2015.

Simple Clicks – beach views in color and b&w

Just a few beach views, in both color and black & white. Related Posts:Simple Clicks – beach timeSimple Clicks – Assateague DunesSimple Clicks – sunrise panoramaSimple Clicks –…

Assateague Ponies

The last post in my Assateague adventure series, and what better to end with than the ponies that make the island famous. The ponies, notably but perhaps fictitiously…

BRENT PENNINGTON Playing in the surf on the beach at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on the afternoon of 09 May 2015.

Simple Clicks – beach time

We hung out on the beach on our second day in Virginia – what started as a picnic lunch turned into lunch, several hours of lounging, a food…

BRENT PENNINGTON A Great Egret hunts in the marsh behind the beach at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on Assateague Island on the morning of 08 May 2015.

Simple Clicks – splish splash

My first capture of a Great Egret and one of the first photos I captured on my trip, it’s also something a little out of the ordinary.  Usually,…

Assateague Birds

As much as the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge is about the ponies, it’s also about birds, and particularly migratory waterfowl.  The refuge is designed to provide an ideal…