Posts Tagged ‘new jersey’

I had the same title on a post last year at this time so I guess now it is tradition. In this scene I am reminded how I meant to get out there and photograph the ice more than I actually did. It seemed that every time it snowed the timing was not right or […]


I am a bit late posting my 2014 website photo gallery … a yearly tradition since 2003. This 12th year of digital photography took me on some fun photo adventures with the highlight being a trip to Iceland. It was something my friends and I had anticipated for almost two years and it did not […]


Shortly before last months full moon and sunset, I witnessed some of the most brilliant, golden light I had ever seen. The dark storm clouds added some drama and contrast to the brilliant scene bathed in warm, golden light. It lasted a good while before the sun at my back disappeared behind a low cloud. […]


Like many other photographers I captured this month’s full moon which occurred on Sunday August 10, 2014. I’d like to share a few things I learned with others interested in this subject. Knowing that the moon would appear full, both the day before and the day after the full moon I took a look at […]


Here are some random images, all shot within an hour or so of my home in Southern New Jersey. We are situated between Philadelphia and Atlantic City in a region know as the Pinelands, a dense oak and pine forest known for its diverse flora and fauna. Living here has its own advantages … photographically […]


I suppose it is just another number but this post is my 200th and I felt I should make note of it! I started blogging in January 2009 as a way to display my photographs and express my thoughts about photography. Acting as a photo journal; I can scroll through and see where I’ve been, […]


Farewell, adieu, au revoir, ciao, adios, bye, bye-bye, so long, see you later, see you, sayonara, bon voyage, cheers, and toodle-oo … Old Man Winter! I have to say, I like winter more than most people it seems … but I am very happy that spring is finally here. It started snowing here (in southern […]