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In “The Woods From Hog Wallow,” McPhee introduces the Pine Barrens as the six hundred and fifty thousand acre, virgin forest reserve that dominates the southern half of New Jersey. The Pine Barrens region is sparsely populated at about 15 people/square mile, in contrast to New Jersey’s average population density elsewhere of 1,000 people/square mile […]

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 […]

Do you ever get tired of sunsets? I often get tired of photographing them, but NEVER get tired of watching them, each one is all ways different and as beautiful as the first one. Living is strife and torment, disappointment and love and sacrifice, golden sunsets and black storms. I said that some time ago, […]

My landscape image of the sunset didn’t win in last nights South Jersey Camera Club competition, but that’s OK, because the judge had lots of nice things to say about the image. People in the east coast don’t appreciate the fact that a sunset could be this dynamic, they think that I saturated the colors […]

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