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While scouting locations for landscape shots, I ended up spending 4 hours shooting dragonflies. Naming them is more fun than photographing them....
My homage to the cranberry growers of the Pinelands. and specifically to the member of this forum. The best blueberries in the world. Shot near...
I am wondering if someone can id this turtle. I helped him cross the road. Tried Google images but could not seem to find what is probably an easy...
8:30 at FPP.
A bit after 7 I saw a large grey cat walking towards me. It seemed unconcerned that I was there and thought that it might make...
Photos are from 5 visits over the course of a week. It is close to me, I do not know why I have not been there more often.
8:11 PM at a location I've posted before, from April 25. Pestered by beaver below the dam and behind me above the dam. They sit in the water just...
[ATTACH] Monday, April 22, just before sunset.
About 20 minutes before sunset.
March 9. There are a lot of pitch pines in the forest, but this one has a nice view.
Quality of photos aside, I thought the behavior was very interesting. The water is low at this bog, with mud and lots of puddles. The eagle found...
Before sunrise on Friday, March 8.
...or Railroad Ave in the past 24 hours. Was thinking of trying to get to Locks Bridge tomorrow and wondering how bad the road is up to that point.
The mist was a surprise, not predicted by my apps.
And it wasn't a great moon, it was a Super Moon. Tuesday, February 19.
In the "New Law..." thread, Boyd mentioned crossing the Maurice River, which I have been doing for the past two weeks. I am sure Al has been to...
Waxing crescent moon over the marsh at sunset on Friday night.
On the Cohansey River yesterday, at a location previously discussed. Could have been a great shot, but I forgot my 500mm lens which may have made...
On Tuesday morning, February 2. From a photography standpoint, I hate to see the ice and snow melt.
Not a mist expert but the dewpoint, remaining ice and cold water, and higher temperature resulted in misty conditions.