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Category Archives: HDR/Tonemapping

Engine 11 | New Jersey Photographer

Philadelphia Fire Department, Engine 11 Loved this mural…

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For Whom the Bell Tolls | New Jersey Photographer

The Liberty Bell – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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South Street | New Jersey Photographer

From the Pedestrian Bridge that runs of I95 – South Street in Philly.

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Lake Marcia | New Jersey Landscape Photographer

Below are some views of the spring-fed waters of the 20-acre Lake Marcia located within High Point State Park located in the northwestern part of New Jersey in Montague, Sussex County in the Skylands Region of New Jersey.  In the distance you can see the War Veterans Monument built to honor veterans of all wars....

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Amusement! | New Jersey Photographer

I was over at Mike Palmer’s blog and his recent Victorian Gardens post reminded me that I completely forgot to share some of the photos that I took with him of the same area in Central Park.  I edited them before my move and after that it totally slipped my mind to share them. I...

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Master of the Road | New Jersey Photographer

One of the things I love about spending time in another state is all of the new territory to explore.  Sometimes I find I run out things to discover around where I live but now that I’ve been spending a lot of time in NC  I’m finding more and more photography roadside goodies like this...

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The "P Family" at Thompson Park | Central NJ Family Portrait Photographer

This family of 6 was a really fantastic session for me.  I’ve known Dad, Joey, since grammar school and I hadn’t seen him in ten years since our 10 year grammar school reunion. Joey’s wife Erica and I connected over Facebook and when she saw I was a photographer she asked me to do a...

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Picnic'in Fun at The Red Mill in Clinton, NJ

Yesterday we took a ride the Red Mill in Clinton, NJ armed with a cooler filled with yummy submarine sandwiches and snacks.  We arrived in Clinton and parked at the Red Mill and walked over the bridge to the side of the waterfall that faced the Mill and set down our cooler and got comfortable....

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