September 8th, 2018
Angel Oak is a Southern live oak located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. The tree is estimated to be 400-500 years old.
July 31st, 2018
New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve (also known as Pinelands National Reserve) is a national reserve that preserves the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
The Pinelands is a unique location of historic villages and berry farms amid the vast oak-pine forests (pine barrens), extensive wetlands, and diverse species of plants and animals of the Atlantic coastal pine barrens ecoregion. It is protected by state and federal legislation through management by local, state, and federal governments and the private sector. The reserve contains Wharton State Forest, Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Bass River State Forest, and Penn State Forest, which provide public recreation facilities. Established by Congress in 1978, it is the nation's first national reserve.
April 18th, 2018
Louis Dallara has been called the Ansel Adams of the New Jersey Pine Lands an has created this site to record with images his personal relationship with the Pine Lands aka Pine Barrens.
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It started early on with studies of deep ecology with Betty Woodford of the Cedar Run Wildlife Center located in Medford New Jersey. I was impressed by the unique plants and herbs found along the Wading River. By canoeing the rivers, I was able to see some of these unique plants.
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance provided Russell Juelg, director of outreach for the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Russell who is a naturalist. These educational outings with Russell furthered my quest to find photos of rare plants.
April 17th, 2018
Louis Dallara is a Fine Art photographer specializing in landscape, abstract, street, architectural, and portrait photography. Louis’ passion for his craft and his phenomenal eye for the unique enables him to create stunning images that leave a lasting impression on his audience.
Louis does not subscribe to any particular photography style. Instead, he utilizes diverse styles that are just as distinct as the subjects he captures. His flexibility lends itself to a more creative and exceptional result. The core elements that Louis Dallara focuses on are energy, emotion, and expression. By seeking out these elements within his subjects, Louis creates fine art that appeals to a wide range of individuals.
March 18th, 2017
Louis Dallara is a Fine Art photographer specializing in landscape, abstract, street, architectural, and portrait photography. Louis� passion for his craft and his phenomenal eye for the unique enables him to create stunning images that leave a lasting impression on his audience.
April 30th, 2016
Louis Dallara from Medford, NJ I've just updated my Blog, Please check it out and leave comments if you like.
I�m passionate about sharing my knowledge of photography and helping others express their photographic vision.
Louis�s portfolio is located in the gallery tab on the main menu.
The artistic merit of the images combined with the universal appeal of the subject matter makes an indelible impression on the viewer.
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May 24th, 2011
I've aways admired bridges, they seem so strong and grounded. They feel good a safe place for me to hide out and enjoy looking at the world from inside a structure. I don't feel hidden or behind anything, just secure. Bridges give me a nice feeling. I hope you enjoy my bridge pixs... Cheers Lou
December 8th, 2010
"The English word wreath comes from the old English word, writhen, meaning to writhe or to twist. Holiday wreaths have long been made by twisting or bending evergreen branches into a circular shape. The ancient Greeks, and Romans, used evergreen leaves and garlands to make headdresses that were awarded as prizes to Olympic athletes, military hero�s, kings and others. Athletes received wreaths of Laurel, military hero�s received wreaths made from olive branches. Members of the aristocracy began adding jewels and precious metals to these headdresses, creating what became the Crown. The word crown comes from the Latin word corona which means wreath or garland. The bible associates wreaths with joy, triumph and honor. In Christianity the holiday wreath represents the circle, and likewise is given as a symbol of eternity. When made of evergreen leaves and branches the wreaths symbolize everlasting life with the green color symbolizing hope and new life. It was somewhere during the 15th century that the wreath began to be used as a hanging decoration. Select this link to see our line of Artifical Christmas Wreaths and Pre-lit Christmas Wreaths. Some believed that hanging a wreath was a sign of victory, be it political, personal or religious."
August 6th, 2010
Synergy is "energy that expands through cooperation." A power is generated in cooperative endeavors which far exceeds the capabilties of any individual acting alone. Synergy is a way in which the Universal Mind rewards loving relationshps, especiallly those which are in purposeful service to the greater whole
February 7th, 2010
The winter chill is upon us and we can only look at the wonders of nature and relax.