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I’ve been off for a while and not adding any posts, I was attempting to change this sites theme which didn’t work out, so for now you all are suck with the old theme. I had a nice afternoon with my better half in scenic old Lambertville New Jersey. I like it better than New […]

Photograph along Roberts branch in the New Jersey Pine-lands. Roberts Branch Creek, Pine Barrens, Wharton State Forest is one of my favorite places in the Wharton Tract. The Pine Barrens, also known as the Pinelands or simply the Pines, is a heavily forested area of coastal plain stretching across more than seven counties of southern […]

I found this farm field on my way to an organic blueberry farm in New Egypt New Jersey, half the field had been finished bailing the wheat and I was able to grab this shot.

Cold day for some photographs in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. We still have a lot of frozen lakes, waiting for the spring thaw. “Evil and I are old adversaries. When we compete I hate to lose,” Manny Bettencourt from Murder in the Pinelands” ? Larry Moniz Our human forms are composed of and […]

I found this image among the the pines in the pinebarrens at Whitesbog, NJ I like feel of the snow and love the little sparkles I finally managed to capture. I felt the evil present of the Jersey Devil hiding in the landscape. The snow flakes are crystals and are very beautiful as they reflect […]

It was a beautiful foggy morning and I felt the need to back to Timbuktu Coniferous forest, it’s the only one I know of in New Jersey. I love the trees there, very peaceful and quite. I found it quite easy to get lost in because it all looks the same.

This is one of my favorite landscape photography locations, it has a rich history, which continues to be uncovered/ History; With the support of local Quakers, it was founded by free blacks and former slaves around 1820.[4][5] Timbuctoo appeared on Burlington County maps as early 1849,[6] and continues to appear on maps today.[7] In 1860 […]

I am lucky to live near the Wharton State Forest, it is a state park in New Jersey. It is the largest single tract of land in the state park system of New Jersey. This morning I went to an area near Atsion lake photograph Goshen pond and found some beautiful Cedar trees in the […]

I love Folly Beach has a magical feeling to the place. I spent endless hours walking on its beautiful sands. This island has a old wooden pier, this pier held a strong composition for me, blending man-made architecture with nature and reminds me of old New Jersey shore piers that I hung out at as […]

Some photos of the Grim Reaper Ride at the 16th annual Pumpkin run in Egg Harbor township, New Jersey.

Some folks like tractors, I think they are real neat and I found this one on some ones lawn in the Pine lands, NJ

I was on an Instructional Walk – Fall Foliage Shoot http://www.meetup.com/sj-photography/events/36825652/ and shot this Infrared autumn foliage photography in Cherry Hill New Jersey. I continue to try an improve my understand of Infrared photography and how it all works. I hope to do some IR photography of people in the future.

A trip to Cape May New Jersey is not complete without a visit to Dellas 5 & 10 cent store

These photographs are from Fridays nights South Jersey Photography and Arts Night Photography Instructional Shoot in Haddonfield, NJ.  Mark from SJPAG hosted the event and we had 27 members show up in-spite of threatening storm clouds. We had a brief shower which helped test the photographers and showed there dedication. We did some light painting and created some ghostly images, which i think everyone […]

“Batsto Village, is a New Jersey historic site located in the South Central Pinelands, which is administered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Parks & Forestry. This site is nationally recognized for its historical significance and beauty. The roots of Batsto Village can be traced back to 1766. Two centuries of […]

We had a great snow fall last night and living close to nature always provides a wealth of photo opportunities. I don’t consider myself a wildlife photographer, but I do try on occasion.

“The surface of fallen snow–its contours and texture–can tell the interested observer much about the forces that shaped it and about its stability and what it is likely to do. Will it be good for skiing or for packing as a snowball? Will it slide? Is it dangerous?” Move snow Textures

The Mary Smith House, Medford New Jersey This small home was built around 1847 small corner fireplaces heated the living room and the bedroom above. The 961 addition blends well the original architecture.

Did you wonder what your dogs sees? I did and also wondered what the trees see and all of nature. This question started me on a quest to become one with nature. Nature see a lot of things differently than we do and thus so, has not made it easy for us to understand her or see her. I started with […]

Photographs of Residential Ocean Liners in Greenwitch New JerseyTheir was a collection of vintage vessels at the marina complete with a flying saucer. The pictures were taken on a South Jersey Photography Group outing. The bad thing was I caught the sailing blues and I now want a sailboat again. Click on image for a […]

This truck has been parked here a long time. Another view Located in Greenwich New Jersey hiding in a backyard. Guilt upon the conscience, like rust upon iron, both defiles and consumes it, gnawing and creeping into it, as that does which at last eats out the very heart and substance of the metal. Bishop Robert South

A quick trip and hike around Batsto Village uncover some new locations and new way of looking at things through the eye of a new 14-24mm f/2.8 Nikon lens. The light was flat at sunrise, but several hours some awesome clouds broke through, so he who waits is rewarded with a beautiful landscape photograph The […]

I found ruins yesterday while trying to blaze a trail along the west side of the Mullica River. I wonder if the builders and early occupants of this structure would have envisioned what this would look like in 2010. I got stopped by a large falling tree, I guess I’ll have to hike in the next time, because for sunsets I think this is a better […]

I was riding down the White Horse Pike and the Tree Spirits reached out and touched me, I love this artists creation giving new life and meaning to a dead tree. The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way.  Some […]