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A peaceful afternoon in the Pine Barrens at Whitesbog.
Fall Emotions – Cow Point Medford New Jersey The Pinelands are pretty? A guest post by Maria Ede-Weaving… The year is releasing itself, letting go with the kind of intense beauty that never fails to inspire awe in me. There was a time I used to dread this season, sensing the darkness closing in; the […]
A beautiful Live Oak tree from the beautiful Middleton Place is a plantation in Dorchester County, directly across the Ashley River from North Charleston and about 15 miles northwest of Charleston, in the U.S. state of South Carolina.
I found the man alone on Jockey Ridge to be an interesting respective of the human existence as I was feeling his aloneliness. Jockey ridge is an amazing place and is difficult to capture even with a wide angle lens.
Yesterday was a beautiful day for a trip to Whitesbog and I enjoyed the tranquil peace and quite. Here’s a few photographs from the day.
Sitting on the beach is good for the soul and body, I think it purifies the mind, body and spirit. While on the beach I shots some photographs and was attracted to the shadows. These images were processed with Lightroom 5.2 and Adobe Camera Raw 8.2, which I think Adobe did a great job with […]
The Eagle Feasible starts at Turkey Point Road, Dividing Creek, NJ each year and these images are from February 2005. Site Description: Turkey Point is an example of a pristine salt marsh, stretching five miles toward Egg Island Point and the Delaware Bay. The wooded hummocks and forest edges supply raptors with multiple perches from […]
A black and white cloudscape photograph from deep in the pinelands of a beautiful cloud formation. Buy a print to support this starving artist here. Click here to go to Fine Art America clouds photos
Apple Pie Hill Tower – Wharton State Forest Summary: Located in the “Pine Barrens” of Wharton State Forest, this out-and-back follows the Batona Trail from the Carranza Memorial to Apple Pie Hill fire tower and then Climb the 60’ tall fire tower for a panoramic view from the highest point in the Pine Barrens (a […]
I took these photos on a foggy morning in the Pinelands /Pine Barrens at Lake Oswego. I was in a mood to get off the grid and get back to nature and found it interesting that in an hour away from my home I could find peace and quit in the woods on a dirt […]
The foliage has been losing its freshness through the month of August, and here and there a yellow leaf shows itself like the first gray hair amidst the locks of a beauty who has seen one season too many. ~Oliver Wendell Holmes I liked anything orange: leaves; some moons; marigolds; chrysanthemums; cheese; pumpkin, both in […]
In creating this post I went back a few weeks to the wonderful autumn we had and now truly appreciate it. Buy a print here. new jersey canvas prints
Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter and I was in search of some pictures. I found this fall foliage image in Lebanon, New Jersey which is supposed to be the most beautiful area of New Jersey and I’ll let you decide if that’s true or not. These were shot in the Ken Lockwood […]
When I look at this picture of the landscape I took of the south rim of the Grand Canyon back in June of 2007 I still get chills and think how much I want to hike down Bright Angle trail and truly immerse my self into the fire of the red rocks. It is truly […]
I’m slowing starting back into photography after a 5 month sabbatical. Well, it seemed like a night photography shoot would be a good starting point for me and is something I always loved doing and so I jumped at a chance to do a workshop with photographer Rick Wight. It was a beautiful evening for […]
Clouds are timeless, or is it just an illusion of time. We can be fooled by the processing of the image to create an older time. When you fly through them you understand what I’m tying to say. Here’s a quote that expressed it better than I can. I will put together a collection of […]
It was great photographing in the rain, feeling the power of the storm as the blew the grass around. The power of mother nature is always amazing. Valley Forge National Park is a wonderful place to make landscape photographs.
Some times an image provokes a thought or an idea which is a good thing. The image of the road less traveled made me think of the roads NOT taken, but there is still time. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I […]
Happy Earth Day A view from the edge… The Cedars are Dying Off like lots of things on this God forsaken planet, I hope people will see these images, like this and wake up before it’s too late. I can only hope and pray. I dug this one out of the archives and ran through […]
Please read, these are my feeling also. Thanks for looking. I love photographing mountain top landscape. From the top of a mountain, we are able to witness life from a different perspective bringing us a new awareness. Mountains have always captured our imaginations, calling us to scale their heights, to circle and worship at their […]
Now is a great time to be in Charleston, not that there’s a every a bad time, but with the Azaleas blooming it sure is pretty. I dig this pictures out of the archives, they tell my story around 2003. I decided to show case some of the churches that I photography while living in […]
Mount Moriah Cemetery, incorporated March 26, 1855 and established by an act of the Pennsylvania legislature, was operated under the auspices of the non-sectarian Mount Moriah Cemetery Association. The original cemetery occupied 54 acres in southwest Philadelphia, along Cobbs Creek. It boasted an ornate Romanesque entrance and gatehouse designed by noted Philadelphia architect Stephen Decatur […]