Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sunset In Philadelphia

An evening on the Ben Franklin Bridge What makes South Jersey an interesting and unique place to live is that you are close to the wilderness forests of the New Jersey Pinelands and the City of Philadelphia. One can enjoy both city and country life without traveling very far. There is a pedestrian walkway on the Ben Franklin Bridge that spans the Delaware River and connects Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Camden, New Jersey. I had [...]

2017-05-19T10:35:45+00:00 September 29th, 2016|18 Comments

Remembering Cejwin Camps

A Remnant of Personal History We recently visited what is left of Cejwin Camps in Port Jervis, New York. The camp was founded in 1918 to provide a summer in nature and fresh air for New York City's Jewish children. The camp, like all summer camps, provided an opportunity for kids to bond, have fun, and maybe learn something they could take into adulthood that would be useful. Its location in rural New York, just [...]

2017-05-19T10:35:45+00:00 September 22nd, 2016|62 Comments

One Morning In The Delaware Water Gap

An aimless pursuit of beauty. What do you do when a day of scouting for photography locations doesn't yield anything? That happened recently on a trip to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. We spent the afternoon hiking the Cliff and other trails to check out overlooks and waterfalls. My plan was to find the best ones and spend the next few mornings photographing them. Nine miles of hiking didn't yield [...]

2017-05-19T10:35:45+00:00 September 13th, 2016|20 Comments
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