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On 02/06/2013 I found the real name of this location which is called the Evans Cooper House and is under restoration, more info can be found on this link. Despite the poor existing conditions, the Evans-Cooper House still has tremendous potential. … funds from the New Jersey Historic Trust in the next round of the […]

Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Formerly known as Lebanon State Forest, visitors are greeted by the fresh scent of pines. Today’s forested acres are a strong contrast to the barren, cleared land that existed in the 1800s. The Lebanon Glass Works was established in 1851 and was successful until 1867, when it shut down after depleting […]

Instructional Photo Walk and Photo Shoot Some snap shots taken at Crofts Farm in Cherry Hill, NJ given by the South Jersey Photography & Art Society. Look at us, said the violets blooming at her feet, all last winter we slept in the seeming death but at the right time God awakened us, and here […]

Palmyra Bridge, Palmyra, New Jersey. These photographs were taken with a Nikon D700 and 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR III Lens. All photographs were post processed in Adobe LightRoom 3 by Photographer Louis Dallara.

The number three is supposed to have magic, Why? Three is the fifth Fibonacci number and the third that is unique. In the Perrin sequence, however, 3 is both the zeroth and third. The Rule of Three (also Three-fold Law or Law of Return) is a religious tenet held by some . It states that […]

“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 […]

White Out All Honker-ed Down Last farm in Medford, NJ Buy my Snow Photos at Fine Art America

On a cold and rainy night, I hoped to capture the lonely feeling late at night, the feeling that their is no one else left in the world. A gas station with no cars, where have all the cars gone? Empty Ball field with lights on.

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 […]

Driving and changing lens is my latest achievement, but this sunset was to hard to resit. The colores had changed quite a bit by the time I found a clearing to pull over into and stop, but I just sat and waited and I got an all new show, the wait was definelty worth it. Click […]

Hanging out with the dogs at Medford dog Park, which is a beautiful place for dogs to run and play in the water. I’m missing my friend Augie doggie, I’m sure he’s doing fine cause he’s got great masters. I reading a great book on Pet Photography by Andrew Darlow called “Pet Photography 101″ buy […]

Surprising compositions yesterday came into my shoot. Joy of Love The most essential factor is persistence the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. The secret to overcoming discouragement is to look at it as a temporary obstacle and learn how to process it. […]

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 […]

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 massive fences caught my eye so I pull over and started photographing thinking what was this collection of Telephone pole insulators all about. I spied a gentleman at the back of the property and walked over to talk to him. He introduced himself as Stanley and was the owner of the property and had […]

The paint has dried, the lights have dimmed, the floats are just a memory of another wonderful Canoe Carnival – a tradition dating back almost 70 years. A beautiful moon, stars and no winds make for perfect conditions. I shot these photo’s after crashing the gate to get a good shooting location. Enjoy Lou

When two friends understand each other totally, the words are soft and strong like an orchid‘s perfume. I took this photograph yesterday in afternoon light from my wifes orchid garden. This plant is amazing it keeps on blooming and never gets tired. I was feeling really inspired by the writings of David duChemin yesterday so I […]

Today post is about finding balance and using my images to express my thoughts and feelings. The post was inspired by some friends. Is life like this object? Nature all ways balances. From yesterday photographs at Rancocas State Forrest, NJ I recommend re-connecting with nature.

Happy Day from the landscape of the  Rancocas Dead Zone.

Cape May has been on my mind lately, my old home town from the olden days, like Lower Cape May regional?class?of 1962 days olden days.?Anyway…. A friend suggested having a photo tour in Cape May and my email box filled up with people from The SJ Meetup group wanting to photograph Cape May. Here’s a […]

This slideshow of photographs were taken today, around Rancocas Woods State Park, NJ. It’s been a long day.

This was my choice of birthday drinks yesterday. Click on image for larger view. Lights were pretty.

The photography turned into light shinning through Icicles making a cave like effect. I like the effect of the depth of field which almost makes one get lost in the image. This was not intentional but an neat artifact of 1/500 sec at f/3.2 macro lens.

I went after some flight pictures of birds the other day and this is one of  a long-tailed duck the best, as I continue to review the material I captured, at least it’s not another snow photo.