Monthly Archives: April 2014

Smokin’ the Smokies

April 29th, 2014|

Hyatt Lane in Cades Cove by Richard Lewis 2014 What's it like to spend a week in Smokey Mountain National Park on a photo tour? Add two very talented photographers, John Barclay and Dan Sniffin as leaders, 12 participants and it equals an amazingly creative experience. That's what I was doing last week. This image is from Cades Cove, a beautiful little valley within the park. The barn off in the [...]

So Long Winter, We Hardly Knew Ye.

April 21st, 2014|

Frozen Lake by Richard Lewis, 2014 Full Moon at the Blue Hour by Richard Lewis 2014 All over the Blogosphere, Facebook , Instagram, and other social media sites photos of flowers, birds and greenery are being posted as we Americans emerge from a long and difficult winter. You can't blame us for looking forward as the weather warms and all the things we love about spring start [...]

An Old Farm Stand

April 18th, 2014|

Old Farm Stand by Richard Lewis 2014 Since I've started photographing them, I'm noticed more and more abandoned structures along the side of the road. This odd structure recently caught my eye. It was barely visible through the trees and vegetation that have grown up around it. I wondered what it was so stopped to explore. An old, barely readable sign said "Fresh Fruits and Vegetables" so it was a [...]

Early Spring In The New Jersey Pinelands

April 11th, 2014|

Spring Awakenings by Richard Lewis 2014 I thought I'd share the early spring in the New Jersey Pine Barrens with you. This photograph is from a recent scouting trip to the Black Run Preserve for an upcoming field trip. Visit my new website to see more photography Click Here to learn to be more creative with your camera    

High Key, Andrew Wyeth and a Sad Old Building

April 7th, 2014|

Barely Standing by Richard Lewis 2014 "It's all in how you arrange the thing... the careful balance of the design is the motion." - Andrew Wyeth Andrew Wyeth was on my mind when this old building presented itself. I happened upon it in the middle of the afternoon on a bright winter day. Not the most ideal time to photograph but the shadows on the wall, the way [...]

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