which is located in the New Jersey Pine lands. The bugs were covered with thin layers of ice. The spawns were busy keeping the ice open so that they could eat the plant vegetation on her bottom of the bog.
This gives the appearance of the swans being upside now. while waiting for some swans to take flight. Photographing the Tundra swans in flight is a beautiful image and quite challenging.
While waiting for the swans to take flight, I discovered some frozen abstract ice capes.
The bog was pretty empty, but I had ran into a nice lady on horseback who was enjoying nature, which made for a stunning photograph. It was a wonderful time with the swans and the ice which had some beautiful abstract images. There were some frozen Lily pads in the ice, which made for a charming photograph.
Whites bog is an important part of New Jersey history. I look forward in going back to Whitesburg to explore sung gear and her gardens of native pine land plants. For more information, feel free to visit the historic white’s bog village website. Links are provided below to other out my photo shoots at whites bog.