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A rainy day photographing with a friend in Ken Lockwood Gorge, this is a special place for me where I find talking trees. I not sure the saw the fisherman in the frame, but see if you find him. Clue he’s on a rock in the river. The image of the dead cedar tree balancing […]

Some more of my images from the meetup with the great photographer Tony Sweet, I hope these photographs will give you a feel for the Lonaconing, Maryland, Silk Mill.

My friend Mr. red tail dropped  in for a morning visit, he reminded me to have clarity of vision.

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 […]

Happy Earth Day A view from the edge… The Cedars are Dying Off like lots of things on this God forsaken planet, I hope people will see these images, like this and wake up before it’s too late. I can only hope and pray. I dug this one out of the archives and ran through […]

Please read, these are my feeling also. Thanks for looking. I love photographing mountain top landscape. From the top of a mountain, we are able to witness life from a different perspective bringing us a new awareness. Mountains have always captured our imaginations, calling us to scale their heights, to circle and worship at their […]

I will continue to post a series of infrared photographs that I have taken at Laurel Hill and Mt. Moriah cemeteries, because it takes a lot of time to process IR, I will post more this week and continue till I get caught up. Thanks for visiting with me as we wander through the tomb […]

It was a beautiful night and felt nice out and time to capture a cityscape of Philadelphia, PA

I was looking for color and found it in these palms on Folly Island SC.

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 […]

It’s cranberry season and it’s always a treat to watch a harvest because it so technical and colorful. I think there must be a little bit of framer in me and everyone else who watches. Harvesting Cranberry harvest (wet-picking) Cranberries are harvested in the fall when the fruit takes on its distinctive deep red color. This is usually in September […]

  My world is different from a lot of people’s. I see things in different areas that most people don’t visit. I found this because I was lost and looking for a way back to some where I knew, These clothes hanging on the line, called out to me like a Walker Evans picture that […]

My photograph of a building located in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA

Still in Cape May I meet Jonathan Livingston seagull again on the beach where he usually hangs out. He was have his usual squabbles with the flock about fights over food. But Johnathan found time for me so we could have a nice chat. I asked him what my goal in life should be, knowing […]

What is it about the sea that draws us near, is it the connection to water which has the same chemistry as our blood? I love to heard the sounds the ocean makes, the power of the pounding surf, or is the silence between the waves? It is only now that I can think about it, as […]

V-J Day in Times Square is a photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt that portrays an American sailor kissing a young nurse in a white dress on V-J Day in Times Square on August 14, 1945. The photograph was published a week later in Life magazine among many photographs of celebrations around the country that were presented in a twelve-page section called Victory. A two-page spread faces […]

I love the way they trim the trees in Paris France. They truly love the trees and it shows, and I also think they are better connected to nature than we in America. The photo is also submitted in Photo Friday Challenge.  

More photographs of flowers and a another group from a wonderful day at Longwood gardens. If you never visited the garden I would encourage you to do so. it located in Kenneth Square PA. Buy a print here: flowers canvas prints

Here’s my entry for  the Photo Friday Challenge and the topic is “Gloomy”. The photographs were taken along skyline drive in Shenandoah National Park back in April of 2003 on a trip with my family.     All images were processed in Silver Efex Pro 2

Photo shoot at Bartrams Gardens Philadelphia, PA I always wanted to visit Bartram Gardens, the place where I was brought into this world, but the real reason was to learn more about John Bartram and see and feel this place that was the birth place of botany. Bartram Gardens is America’s oldest living botanical garden […]

Knights Code of Chivalry “A knight was expected to have not only the strength and skills to face combat in the violent Middle Ages but was also expected to temper this aggressive side of a knight with a chivalrous side to his nature. There was not an authentic Knights Code of Chivalry as such – […]

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.

“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 […]

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 […]