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Medford Snow Storm




Photographs of winter weather in Medford New Jersey.

Swing Railroad Bridge


The B&O Railroad Bridge (also called CSXT’s Schuylkill River Bridge) is a 1910 swing bridge across the Schuylkill River in the Grays Ferry neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It carries CSX Philadelphia Subdivision rail lines over the river,[1] and sits upstream from the Passyunk Avenue Bridge and downstream from the Grays Ferry Bridge.


Morrisville –Trenton Railroad Bridge

The West Trenton Railroad Bridge is a concrete arch bridge carrying the CSX and SEPTA West Trenton rail lines across the Delaware River between Lower Makefield Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and the West Trenton section of Ewing Township in Mercer County, New Jersey. It was originally designed by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and was constructed from 1911 to 1913 by the F. W. Talbot Construction Company.
The bridge is 1,445.5 feet (440.6 m) long between abutments, and is made up of 14 arches, 11 of which have a clear span of 90.75 feet (27.66 m) and 3 with a clear span of 85.92 feet (26.19 m)[1]
The masonry piers alongside this bridge carried the original 1875 wrought-iron truss bridge (Yardleyville Centennial Bridge).

new jersey acrylic prints

Dead Film 35mm



Is film dead? that is the question. It still lives in the hearts and minds of some, who just can’t move on. I found these bins at Da Vinci Art Alliance located at 704 Catharine Street in Philadelphia is hosting OPEN LENS, an open juried photography exhibition, February 7 to 28, 2015.

Collingswood Theatre – NJ – Vintage Movie Theater – Revolution Coffee Roasters



This picture was shot inside the Collingswood Theatre – Collingswood, NJ – Vintage Movie Theater

Always be Fully Here and Now
Posted April 10, 2013

Ask yourself: Where am I?
Answer: Here.
Ask yourself: What time is it?
Answer: Now.
Say it until you can hear it.

Set alarm clocks or design your day or put up notes on the wall so that a number of times during the day when you are in the midst of various occupations you confront yourself with the questions:
(a) Where Am I? and then answer (see answer below)
(b) What time is it? and then answer (see answer below)

Each time you do this, try to feel the immediacy of the Here and Now. Begin to notice that wherever you go or whatever time it is by the clock . . . it is ALWAYS HERE AND NOW. In fact you will begin to see that you can’t get away from the HERE and NOW. Let the clock and the earth do their ‘thing’ . . . let the comings and goings of life continue . . . But YOU stay HERE and NOW. This is an exercise to bring you to the ETERNAL PRESENT . . . where it all is.

For specific periods of time focus your thoughts in the present.


Reflect on the thought that if you are truly Here and Now
(a) it is ENOUGH, and
(b) you will have optimum power and understanding to do the best thing at the given moment. Thus when ‘then’ (the future) becomes Now — if you have learned this discipline — you will then be in an ideal position to do the best thing. So you need not spend your time now worrying about then.

Reflect on the fact that you can plan the future in the Here and Now as long as when then is Now . . . you are fully Here and Now. Seem paradoxical? Of course! Keep reflecting!

Answers: (a) HERE (b) NOW

Excerpt from Be Here Now by Ram Dass – now available as an iBook.

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