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Lake Tahoe

2019-07-08T18:50:41-04:00July 8th, 2019|

I know this is a photography blog but recently a problem on a trip to Lake Tahoe opened the door to an amazing experience.

Fire In The Pine Barrens!

2019-03-20T19:11:05-04:00March 17th, 2019|

Preserving the Black Run Preserve with a Controlled Burn When a crew of New Jersey Forest Service Firefighters show up at the 1200 acre Black Run Preserve in the Pine Barrens, you'd think they were there to fight a fire, not start one. However, that was what they were there to do. Fire in the Pine Barrens is part of the natural [...]

A Pine Barrens Ruin

2019-03-11T15:06:51-04:00March 10th, 2019|

Every picture tells a story, but which one? Of all the ghost towns in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, Amatol may be the strangest. Hastily built in 1917 during World War I, the town's sole purpose was to staff a munitions factory. At one point Amatol had a population of over 7000 people with churches, a YMCA, speedway, movie theater and more. [...]

Joshua Tree Sunset

2019-01-26T07:16:03-04:00January 8th, 2019|

What many sunset peepers don't realize is that the show is just starting as the sun dips below the horizon. The afterglow, also called alpenglow, caused by the sun reflecting from below the horizon can be even more intense than the actual sunset.

Joshua Tree by Moonlight

2018-12-08T06:39:59-04:00December 3rd, 2018|

Journey Into Night at Ryan Ranch Our recent trip back to Joshua Tree National Park was a great time to explore the night. Thanks to some handy jetlag, I was wide awake at 3:30am and hiked to the ruins of Ryan Ranch. The moonlight was bright enough to make wearing a headlamp unnecessary. Ryan Ranch was built by JD Ryan who ran [...]

Four Weeks In The Pinelands

2018-11-18T09:39:33-04:00November 16th, 2018|

Fall in the New Jersey Pine Barrens is always a great, but it was exceptional this year. Landscape photographer Richard Lewis spent 3 weeks out photographing the changing colors of fall in the Pinelands.

Mount Rainier

2018-09-18T10:10:36-04:00September 18th, 2018|

A Northeast Vision Of The Pacific Northwest - Part 1 Artistic vision is an interesting thing. It's like your personality, no matter where you go, you take it with you. This became obvious when we headed to the State of Washington recently to check out the great Pacific Northwest. Being comfortable with your vision can help you help adapt to a landscape like [...]

Summer in the New Jersey Pinelands

2018-08-18T07:59:55-04:00August 18th, 2018|

See How To Help Preserve The Pinelands With Your Photography Of all the seasons to be photographing the New Jersey Pinelands, summer can be the most challenging. It's not just the heat or the bugs, the landscape also changes drastically and may not look the same as it does in the other seasons. Plus the long days mean waking up early for [...]

The Lensbaby Velvet 56 Lens

2018-07-16T06:45:54-04:00July 15th, 2018|

As a landscape photographer used to producing clear images, it was challenging to shoot wildflowers with the Lensbaby and not obsess over getting every petal perfectly sharp

Crap + Scrap = Art?

2018-06-22T08:58:55-04:00June 22nd, 2018|

Finding Balance in the Unbalanced Nestled in a corner of the New Jersey Pinelands is a big pile of scrap. Since the 1940's the local family that owns it has been making their living out of buying and selling scrap metal. When I was offered the opportunity to do photography workshop at their very unusual automotive and aircraft graveyard I had to [...]

White Hill Mansion

2018-04-27T18:10:38-04:00May 1st, 2018|

More Photographs from a quirky piece of American History. Sequels are not just a trend in movies, they happen in photography too. Many photographers revisit locations that attract and continue to interpert them creatively. When I photographed the Abandoned White Hill Mansion months ago, I felt I had finished that project. At least that was until I had the pleasure of leading [...]

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