April 23rd, 2019
April 23, 2019
Life isn’t a tiptoe through the tulips.
I decided to photograph some tulips at the Holland Ridge Farms Tulip Festival, and it’s not just a couple of tulips, but over a million. I was blown away by the vibrancy and color. It was over whelming and here’s some of my photos from the shoot. I can’t wait for the Sunflower Festival.
April 14th, 2019
Sending out Peace and Love to all the people and the earth. and the last two lines of Walt Whitman’s poem, America, is engraved:
Centre of equal daughters, equal sons,
All, all alike endear’d, grown, ungrown, young or old,
Strong, ample, fair, enduring, capable, rich,
Perennial with the Earth, with Freedom, Law and Love,
A grand, sane, towering, seated Mother,
Chair’d in the adamant of Time.
April 5th, 2019
I got out yesterday April 4, 2019 and shot some spring flowers for my web site, please visit I could use the eye balls.
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#optoutside It's good for the artists soul.
March 3rd, 2019
I was suffering from cabin fever and took a long hike to favorite spot to clear out my head. The clouds washed away the winter blues and I think it was the blue skies that did it. Feel free to stop by my blog and see more Pine Lands photographs.
December 21st, 2018
I took a trip to Harrisville New Jersey to check out the Harrisville pond for photo opportunities and caught some amazing afternoon sun light complete with spell binding reflections in the cedar colored water.This area of New Jersey was a major industrial area about 175 years ago: there were iron furnaces, This area of New Jersey was a major industrial area about 175 years ago: there were iron furnaces, glass works, paper mills, etc. Har
November 25th, 2018
A photography of Angel Oak Tree in infrared on St Johns Island, South Carolina.
The fairy-talesque Angel Oak tree in Charleston, SC, is thought to be one of the oldest living organisms east of the Mississippi River.
Angel Oak is allegedly the oldest tree and is located east of the Rockies. The tree is estimated to be more than 1500 years old. It is simply known as The Tree in some circles. It stands in a wooded area in John’s Island just outside Charleston in South Carolina. Angel Oak is a live oak which also happens to be the state’s most imposing work of nature.
With a height of more than 65 feet, Angel Oaks has shaded the area for more than 1,500 years. Historical records trace the ownership of the tree and the land on which it stands to 1717 when it was given to Abraham Waight as part of a land grant. In addition, Mr. Waight was an extremely wealthy man who also owned several plantations. The tree four stayed in that family four generations. The land was also used as part of a marriage settlement between Martha W.T. Angel and Justus Angel. Today, Angel Oak serves as the focal point of a public park in South Carolina. In the modern day, Angel oak is owned by the City of Charleston and it costs nothing to marvel at the tree in John’s Island.
November 16th, 2018
This is a photograph from a short hike in Mount Laurel, the hike to the cell called me to hike to the tower, the woods look so beautiful like a piece of fine art. I found some other interesting photos along the way which I am sharing.
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October 21st, 2018
I have been meaning to stop at the Mount Laurel Animal Hospital to visit the animals and take photographs. Yesterday afternoon was beautiful and it had with some light. I was taken back by the friendliness of the animals. I guess they get lots of people of visit the hospital and feed the animals.
October 6th, 2018
Landscape photograph from Ricketts Glenn State Park, it was worth the hike and being present ever minute in this magical forest.
October 3rd, 2018
I have had many friends recommend this hike over the years but haven’t had the chance to get there. I finally did this October and they were right! Thanks to a tip by a great photographer Frank Garcia, the trip was a piece of cake. It was beautiful with all the falls. The hike was intense, huge incline, very strenuous but the whole hike was great. I wanted to keep going but I was running out of sun light and had no headlamp so, I will go back another day and camp out.
I did four of falls so I missed the rest of the falls, but there is always tomorrow.
It was totally worth the hike and the photographic views. I went on late afternoon so I had some great light.
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