A few miscellaneous shots from some recent hikes, mostly in Valley Forge National Park. It's a tough time of year in Pennsylvania for outdoor photos!
posted on Nov. 29, 2008
Old Ruins - for Gnatbytes
Ruins in Valley Forge National Park. I've seen it stated that this was the first bottling plant of Hires Root Beer, but a long and tedious google search turned…
posted on Nov. 28, 2008
Winter is coming to Pennsylvania, and it's getting increasingly difficult to find anything photogenic in bleak trees and scenery. Or I'm in need of a vacation…
posted on Nov. 23, 2008
Arc Corner Monument
From the White Clay Creek State Park website: “The Twin Valley Trail leads hikers to the Arc Corner Monument, which marks one end of the curved boundary between…
posted on Nov. 22, 2008
Can't Help It....
I think Philadelphia is a beautiful city. This was taken from across the river in Camden NJ.
posted on Nov. 21, 2008
Sharp Dressed Man ;)
With apologies to ZZ Top…. Sharp Dressed Man [youtube.com]
posted on Nov. 20, 2008
Look This Way!!!
Believe it or not, these birds share the same enclosure as the large hippopotamus in yesteday's post. You could even feed them live bugs if you were brave…
posted on Nov. 19, 2008
This fun-loving fellow had a huge tank and large enclosure all to himself at the aquarium. Extremely interested in all the people looking in at him, he would…
posted on Nov. 18, 2008
Unusual Aquatic Critters
A few of my favorites among the more unusual inhabitants at the aquarium. ;)
posted on Nov. 17, 2008
What Frustrated Scuba Divers Do....
A few photos taken at the New Jersey State Aquarium in Camden, now apparently called “Adventure Aquarium”. After an extensive renovation and expansion, they…
posted on Nov. 16, 2008
Road to Nowhere
Road to Nowhere [youtube.com] A few photos from the place with the steel cables to cross the creek. Originally part of Rt 82, after a bad storm about 20 years…
posted on Nov. 07, 2008
Autumn at the Canal
A few photos taken at a reconstructed stretch of the Schuylkill Canal before all the leaves fell off the trees.
posted on Nov. 05, 2008
What a Way To Travel!!
I went on an easy hike through an area that requires crossing two streams on suspended cables. It's actually much easier than it looks, once you get used to…
posted on Nov. 03, 2008