The Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary is set in rural Northeast Pennsylvania at the edge of the historic village of White Mills. On the grounds is also the Dorflinger Glass Museum and you may also visit some of the original Dorflinger factory buildings in the village. But for now, lets look at a tree photograph taken in the Sanctuary.
This is a photo from earlier in the year that I don’t believe I ever posted, but intended to…
I took a series of photos with my iPhone after I had also taken a series with a film camera. It is fun!
It is very hot here in the Northeast, but decided to take a little ride this morning and visit this wonderful cemetery. The trees are nearly as old as the monuments, an interesting comparison.
Was driving along yesterday and saw this very interesting barn, the light was good, but just had my iPhone with me. Anyway, stopped to take a photo, unfortunately I chopped one end of the barn off when I zoomed in. I must have done something wrong, but did edit this photo. Intend to go back and photograph it again, apparently it is being fixed up, nice to see old barns come alive again.
Feel I should make an editorial comment about our educational system, but the photo says it all!
What door to choose today? So many doors, so little time…
I took a little walk in town early yesterday evening. Not down Main Street, yes, really is, Main Street, but down the alley in back of Main Street. There is a large old commercial garage in back of one of the buildings which caught my attention with its windows, views through it and reflections.
I spent yesterday afternoon with one of the premier cut glass collectors in the US and an associate who is one of the leading historians and experts on cut glass. I photographed about eighty pieces for a presentation they are preparing. Cut glass is an interesting subject, one that I have worked with before, and one that I will be working with again in the future.