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Season cycle

One of the things I truly love about the North East States is the dramatic transformation of the landscape wrought by the changing seasons. Here are just a few of my visual impressions from the past four years. 13 more words

New Jersey

Philadelphia Fire Boat (circa 2000)

The previous post showed my old Nikon F3 HP. As mentioned, I put many rolls of film through that camera. Some shots were good, others not so much. 70 more words


A Minor Reservation

Most of the properties along the river have pretty blunt “private property” signs along the riverbank. These are probably posted strictly for insurance purposes, because I’ve never seen anyone chasing people away from the banks in my fourteen years here in Palmyra. 96 more words


Ready For A Close Up

Today was an absolutely beautiful day. Winter is about to strike again tomorrow, so I decided to head out with my camera to see what I could see. 108 more words


The Giving Pond

One of the things I love so much about hiking and photography is that it is different for everybody.  Some people hike for the destination while people like me meander and get side tracked along the way.   288 more words


No More Gnomes

Yesterday I took the dog for a walk along the Delaware River in Frenchtown, NJ. I enjoy the D&R Canal path that offers views of the river and is frequented by joggers, bicyclists and other dog walkers. 193 more words


Authorities Using DNA Testing To ID Severed Leg Found Along Delaware River

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Authorities in New Jersey are performing forensic tests on a severed human leg found washed up on the shore of the National Park in Gloucester County. 89 more words