Showing posts with label frosted. Show all posts
Showing posts with label frosted. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Frosted Magnolia ...

"In the depth of winter I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."
                              ~ Albert Camus
A bud on my favorite magnolia tree at Trexler Memorial Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania is frosted with a hint of winter magic during a light January snowfall. 

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Still December ...

“All human beings are dream beings. Dreaming ties all men together.”
                  ~ Jack Kerouac
                                 ~ 1922-1969

The stillness of a late December day standing by a partially frosted Lehigh River at Lehigh Gap is the perfect place for dreaming and reflecting. Always take time to dream!

I captured this high contrast monochrome shot near the Lehigh Gap Bridge, which spans the river in the shadow of the Kittatiny 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).

The 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.

The Lehigh Gap Bridge was built in 1930 and rehabilitated in 1984.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Frosting The Jordan ...

"In the depth of winter,

I finally learned that

within me there lay an

invincible summer." 

                    ~ Albert Camus

                                  ~ 1913-1960 

Winter frosts the Jordan Creek into crystalized beauty
as it winds it's way on a January day 
through Wehr's Covered Bridge Park,
Orefield, Pennsylvania.

Monday, March 2, 2015

The Frosting ...

"Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art."
                                                   ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
                                                                     ~ 1803-1882

In the shadow of the northern Blue Mountain Ridge, a frosted, frozen
and snow covered Leaser Lake glistens with winter's artistry. 
I really enjoyed being able to actually walk on the lake and take photos!

The lake in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania is named for Frederick Leaser,
who in September 1777 with his farm team hauled The Liberty Bell from 
Philadelphia to Allentown where it was concealed in Zion Reformed Church.
His homestead is located one mile north of the lake.