These are shots from the Mercer Museum in Bucks County (PA) on a beautiful Thanksgiving Day.
I love the ‘silver’ room they have, and am envious of that cat.
We teamed up with another couple to do a fairly interesting 8-mile loop hike near Hamburg, PA – the Pinnacle and Pulpit Rock.
One of the vagaries of shooting film, which won’t really be replicated by digital, is finally getting around to developing a roll which was taken a while ago.
Part of a concept that I’m working on…
The day after completing Algonquin, we stayed around Keene.
The weather is beautiful; unfortunately for these subjects, their time was over mid-week.
Ben went shopping…
More from West Chester, on Fuji 800Z.
Some lovely motorcycles (and cars) in these two garages. Shots taken in Devon and West Chester.
Yesterday’s forecast was dead wrong. Fortunately my flowers didn’t hear it.
My new camera takes negatives that are 6cm x 7cm, which are over four times bigger than 35mm film.
Last week I went to Bristol, Tennessee (and Virginia). Bristol is split right down the middle of State Street, with half in TN and the other half in VA.
The Mystic Aquarium is small, but decent. They had Beluga whales, sea lions, and penguins outside, and then a small but nice exhibit inside.