The Summer of No Content.


Early Morning, Bald Eagle Lake (Nikon D7000, Nikkor 16-85mm f 3.5)

I’ve been distracted this summer, and this blog has
suffered.

My professional situation is evolving, happily for the
better, but I have been somewhat distracted by the negotiations required to
relocate my office, and establish new affiliations with not just one, but two
health care organizations.

All of this will lead to  new office space at John Heinz Institute of
Rehabilitation Medicine in Wilkes Barre and my involvement with sleep labs in our local Veteran’s Hospital, and one run by the Hazleton Health Alliance, in that city to our south.

I still have to physically move the office and still have a
lot of work going forward but I should be able to be more attentive to this
little project of mine.

I hope you’ll make it a point to check in from time to
time.

About henrysmithscottage

Henry F.Smith Jr. has been involved in photography for 35 years. He has become well known as a chronicler of the Eastern US landscapes , though his portfolio includes, portrait, event, and "street photography". His work has been displayed in multiple galleries throughout the northeastern US, and is available for sale for use in public and commercial spaces. His book "Pennsylvania Seasons" is available through major booksellers. He is also a writer and editorialist whose work has appeared in a variety of "daily's" in Pennsylvania. "Dr. Smith" is also a Pulmonary and Sleep physician who practices in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He is happily married, with two wonderful children. Inquiries to purchase prints, and for photographic services can be made through: Smithcottage@msn.com
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  1. Pingback: Beating Photographic Fatigue | Henry Smith's Cottage

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