Tag Archives: Scrub Oak Barrens

Stream of Consciousness in Late Fall.

For many people, late fall is a tough time of year.  For many it seems, a mild melancholia descends after the autumnal equinox, extending to the winter solstice.  Once the best of the fall foliage has passed, at least in my part of … Continue reading

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A Pennsylvania Fourth of July

    I am re-posting this article I wrote in 2010 about the Fourth of July festivities that occur (just did) in our little village in the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania. I added a image or two.  Hope you enjoy it. … Continue reading

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The Gear I Use: The Fujifilm X Pro 1

I’m becoming a Fuji guy again. I shot Fujifilm cameras for many years. I started with an S2, and shot later with an S3, and S5. I always loved the gorgeous output of their unique imagers, despite the quirkiness of the … Continue reading

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Our Current Autumn

  From a photographic standpoint, If not meteorologically, autumn 2012 has come to an end in this part of the Northeastern US. Aesthetically, it was a pretty good season this year. Some of you may recall my complaints about the … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the old and new. Are more recent cameras that much better?

I have an image on my den wall of a rhodora bloom. It is a flower that grows in the scrub oak barrens adjacent to my community here in Northeastern Pennsylvania. I have been told by naturalists that this is … Continue reading

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