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Category Archives: Rural

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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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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Greener Pastures

“…He makes me down to lie In pastures green: he leadeth me the quiet waters by. My soul he doth restore again: and me to walk doth make Within the paths of righteousness, ev’n for his own name’s sake….” -Scottish Metrical Psalms This was taken on the roadside in Pollocksville, NC, close to where my...

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The "Two-Fifty-Eight"

Saturday’s agenda included a car ride up the 258 North, approximately an hour outside of Jacksonville, NC, to look for photo ops. I was determined to find all of the abandoned “gems” that I had been scoping out on my previous road trips in and out of North Carolina. I was able to get most...

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Bridgeton Covered Bridge / Bridgeton, Indiana

When I visited Julie in November of last year we took a trip to snowy Bridgeton. Bridgeton, Indiana is home to the oldest continuously operating mill west of the Allegheny Mountains.  The mill overlooks Indiana’s most famous covered bridge and waterfall. *Please click all photos to view larger and in more detail* The Bridgeton Covered...

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Darkest Before The Dawn

If you’re anything like me you yearn for some alone time.  Even if it’s just thirty minutes of time by yourself to collect your thoughts calmly or ponder your next move in life.  That’s what I needed this Sunday and so desperately craved.  I got just that…about 30 minutes to get out there and do...

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Curiosity of the Abandoned Gets The Best of Me in North Carolina!

On our way home from the New Bern, North Carolina waterfront I spotted an abandoned house (that I saw on the way to our destination) that we just HAD to stop at!! I ran around the house for 5 minutes getting the best angles and snapped a handful of shots and peeked in through the...

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Barnapalooza Indiana (and more)

I’ve been dying to work on these since I got home from Indiana since I’m a proud lover of barns and rural scenes.  Below you will find more from the “drive by shootings” series with Julie Lawson in Parke County, Indiana. The first photo is a new spin on an earlier Pano that I posted...

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