Timothy Griscom's PhotoBlog

These swans live in the lake, known as Spring Lake, in the John Roebling Memorial Park. This lake was a part of the White City Amusement Park, at one point in…

This little guy is an American Kestrel, the smallest of the falcons, and also known as a sparrow hawk. It stayed only a few minutes, but fortunately long…

The Hamilton Trenton marsh is a fresh water tidal marsh near Trenton, NJ. It can be accessed through the John Roebling Memorial Park, part of the Mercer County…

State Barber Shop in Trenton NJ is a go to destination. Joe Festa is one of Trenton's biggest supporters. You not only get a hair cut, you also get a pep talk…

Every year, living history interpreters stage the Battles of Trenton. There were two battles here. December 26, 1776 was the attack on Trenton that came after…

Bull's Island State Park, NJ. This is the water intake for the Delaware and Raritan Canal. A suspension footbridge crosses the Delaware to Lumberville.

Since we could not climb the Sandy Hook Lighthouse, we finished the day with the sunset over the Raritan Bay and some shots of the now crumbling Fort Hancock. …

We dashed out of Highlands, sped down the hill only to find that the bridge was open. When it closed and traffic resumed, we headed north toward Fort Hancock…

We got to Highlands after 4. We took a chance and drove up the hill to the light and found a parking spot. We got our tokens and snapped a few pictures and…

The Sea Girt light is a small brick house with a lantern on top. We did not have time to climb to the lantern. In between Barnegat and Sea Girt, we were…

The Barnegat lighthouse. I first climbed this light when I was a child in the 60's. It is located at the north end of Long Beach Island. Since we were…
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