Sunday, July 10, 2016

Pocono Mountain Inn


Pocono Mountain Inn

Many years ago, the Pocono Mountain Inn in Cresco, Pennsylvania was owned by my wife's Aunt Marion and her husband. As a child, my wife Mary would visit the inn, seeing her grandfather who resided there. Due to circumstances too deep to go into, the inn and business were lost - and about twenty five years ago, the inn was torn down. Now the land the inn stood on has become Skywood Park. You can still find traces of the inn if you care to look. The images below display a certain sadness in the land.










Friday, July 8, 2016

Lake Naomi Wood Lily


The rose is the flower and handmaiden of love - the lily, her fair associate, is the emblem of beauty and purity. Dorothea Dix
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A lovely Wood Lily
Lake Naomi, Pa.


The rose is the flower and handmaiden of love - the lily, her fair associate, is the emblem of beauty and purity. Dorothea Dix
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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Lake Naomi, Pennsylvania


Boats at Dusk

 
Boats Waiting
 


Flowers and the Lake
 
 
 
 Oliver

 

Three Chairs

 

 

Tuesday, August 11, 2015




An Irish Chicken

I shot this image at Ned O'Neills farm in Tralee Ireland. Such a fine looking chicken. A chicken who knows what she wants, and knows where she's going.



Saturday, July 25, 2015

Flower Madness at Lake Naomi


Lake Naomi, Pennsylvania

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Night Flower


















Night Flower
 
I shot this photo at night at Lake Naomi, Pa.
 
 

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Lake George New York

 


"Lake George is without comparison, the most beautiful water I ever saw; formed by a a contour of mountains into a basin thirty-five miles long and from two to four miles broad, finely interspersed with islands, its water limpid as crystal and the mountainsides covered with rich groves of silver fir, white pine, aspen and paper birch down to the water, here and there precipices of rock to checker the scene and save it from monotony. An abundance of speckled trout, salmon trout, bass, and other fish with which it is stored, have added to our other amusements the sport of taking them."—Thomas Jefferson