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you’re in trouble, won’t you stand by me?
stand by me
you stand now?
stand, stand by me”
~ “Stand by Me”
performed by Ben E. King
~ 1938-2015 ~ released April 1961
~ written by Ben. E. King, Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller
to Ben E. King, the title is derived from, and was inspired by, a spiritual
written by Sam Cooke and J.W. Alexander called “Stand by Me Father,” recorded
by The Soul Stirrers with Johnnie Taylor singing lead. The third line of the
second verse of the former work derives from Psalm 46:2-3.
have been more than 400 recorded versions of the song, performed by many
artists. It was featured on the soundtrack of the 1986 film “Stand by Me.”
majestic four point white-tailed deer buck and beautiful doe stand side by side
as a peaceful hush sweeps across the field just before a midwinter snowfall
begins to tumble from the sky in this high contrast monochrome shot I captured
in the park in the late afternoon of a February day.
vehicle drives on Pennsylvania Route 248 West through the beautiful Kittatinny Ridge,
sugar dusted by a recent snowfall, on an early February afternoon at Lehigh
shot this high contrast monochrome capture from my vantage point at the Lehigh
Gap Nature Center along the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
the shadow of the Kittatinny Ridge, also called Blue Mountain, the Lehigh Gap
in Slatington, Pennsylvania, is a crossroads where the Lehigh Gap Nature
Center’s trails connect two historic trails – the Appalachian Trail and the
Delaware and Lehigh Heritage Corridor (D&L Trail).
Appalachian Trail, a foot path, follows the ridge on both sides of the Lehigh
Gap, running 1,245 miles south to Georgia and 930 miles north to Maine. Running
from Wilkes-Barre to Bristol, the D&L Trail passes through the Lehigh and
Delaware rivers and their canals in Pennsylvania.