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It was beautiful day for a hike in the Pine Lands aka Pine Barrens of New Jersey with destination of Martha Furnace on the Batona trail. Today, all that is left of Martha Furnace are the ruins of the bog iron smelting furnace that flourished from 1793-1845. The village once included the furnace, a stamping […]

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 […]

Empty gas stations at night always have a strange feel to them, a loneliness and quite desolation. I guess it’s the florescence light that creates a so um-natural feeling and that produces another a strange appliance store look. I hope to capture a sleeping attendant at some point as I continue to collect gas station […]

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 […]

I found multiple Tree trunks in winter to be a very strong tree image located in Cherry hill New Jersey and photographed it. I just showed the  trunks trying to illustrate this massive tree. I think it was an elem based on the texture of the bark. In the winter with ought leaves it makes […]

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 […]

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