Pennsylvania, 1845

I was born in Pennsylvania. Abington to be exact. Although I grew up in Rochester, NY, my first year of life was spent in Willow Grove, PA. Later, I revisited my home state to attend college in Philadelphia. Recently, with camera in tow, I went to the old Slate Hill Cemetery in Yardley, PA. Entering … Continue reading

Extinguished, Crimson & Ash

Well, here’s a brief post everyone. I’ve got writer’s block for a spell. I thought I’d leave you with an editorial shot that exemplifies what my mind is experiencing today. Fall is underway in the Northeastern US and I plan to capture some brilliant color with my Nikon camera. Best!

Snapshots from an Exhibition…

Delaware Canal in Autumn…

 

Art Up-Close {The Experience}

What is it? It’s from an art exhibit I attended in Pennsylvania. What does it mean to you? That’s entirely your interpretation and a good example of the ‘experience’. It pales in comparison to view a fraction of a three–dimensional art installation photographed up–close. It becomes another thing altogether when viewed as a body of … Continue reading

Power Line Series…

Power lines, whoa! Step back… Those tall, tangled, foreboding, ever–present poles and wires. Nobody pays homage to them until the lights go out, right? Yeah, when we can no longer access our modern, technology–driven microcosm of a world. “How long do I have to wait here, seemingly stranded in denial of how reliant everybody is … Continue reading

Goose and Heron, Lake Afton…

Color Study with Bokeh…

Canoe in the Woods…