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Valley Forge Park is a place I found myself going back to many times alone and with my family. In the winter and summer time, it’s was alway hard to image a war being fought there and people dyeing and freezing to death. Did You Know? Port Kennedy Cave, located in what is now Valley Forge NHP, […]

I found this location for my sunsets along Hartford Road in Moorestown which is nice and close. I continue my experiments with Nix HDR Pro and enjoy the interface more than with Photomatic software. I think there is nothing more relaxing than watching a sunset till twilight. If I can put one touch of rosy […]

I was looking for words to describe this sunrise, but I was at a loss to find any that describes this beauty. For most people, we often marvel at the beauty of a sunrise or the magnificence of a full moon, but it is impossible to fathom the magnitude of the universe that surrounds us. Richard […]

My second attempt at light paint, this technique was taught to my by a photographer friend. The frog was my subject and I painted him with a flashlight covered with a pink gel. The camera was in the bulb mode so that the shutter is held open while I painted the frog with light from the flashlight. For the […]

It was a beautiful night and it gave me beautiful images and I felt wonderful in the process. God bless each and everyone. Peace be with you. Stopped down to f22 at 4.0 sec for the star bust effect on the lights, I do not use star filters or photoshop effects. ISO 200, at 8:30 […]

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=39.72492333,-74.69134333&spn=0.001,0.001&t=k&hl=en The link will show where this photograph was shoot at this morning at 5:32 am, I had no sky to work with and found this location in the dark, It’s a location that Steve Greer liked, but we were chased off by deer hunters with guns the last time I tried to shoot this location back […]

The reading of tombstones in the Bethesda Church Cemetery is like opening the records of people who worked at Hopewell Furnace. The earliest remaining tombstone is that of Thomas Kirby, dated May 10, 1807. Kirby sold wood to the furnace in 1804 and 1805. There are several other headstones, crude and undated, that could date […]

Last night in the city it was alive and the lights were like a pulse or heart beat always moving and changing. This moment in time was taken from the Spring Garden street bridge in Philadelphia, PA. The image is a multi-exposure HDR created with Photomatix software. Buy my photos of Philadelphia here Click on […]

This cityscape was from a shoot along the Camden waterfront at dusk on Thursday, It was very cold and windy but worth every minute of it. I hope you enjoy this image as much as did taken it. I think Philadelphia has a beautiful skyline. It’s a HDR of seven images. Buy my print here : […]

Some ferns from Monday with some HDR added for you viewing pleasure. The bronze color is always a treat. Delicious autumn!  My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.  ~George Eliot On my way to Marlton I found this turkey […]

I wanted a landscape shot similar to one made by the great Pine Barrens photographer Albert Horner. This photograph is my humble attempt. I chickened out on the climb to the top, I only made it mid-way. The Fear Factor set in, but I will return in another stormy day. Like this:Like Loading…

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