All that remains of old Lock #47 Close to my Home is part of what used to be the Old Union Canal that was once a major transportation means in the early 1800’s. Canal or River Barge’s used this to transport coal, wood, stores, and people up and down the Canal. The Schuykill River isContinue reading “LOCK #47”
Here in the State of Penna. we have lot’s of Historical places and remints from the past. Just one of these are the Covered Bridges that still remain from long ago. The Covered Bridges that dot the country side of PA are getting few and far between as more time goes by. Most of themContinue reading “COVERED BRIDGES”
Here I am! More than 50 yrs. ago. I’m scared half to death and have no idea what is going to happen to me or where I’m going. I am 18 yrs. young here and don’t know what the world is about yet. Right out of High School I wanted to join the US NavyContinue reading “US NAVY”
I have just recently purchased a program called Photomatrix 3. I had tried it for about a week and finally decided to buy it. It’s a good program for the price and will enhance your Images into HDR. The above is just one of them The Eastern State Penitentiary was built in Philadelphia, PA aroundContinue reading “THE EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY”
Ah Ha! I am starting to learn more and more on just how to make a Post with my Images in a better perspective. One small problem is that when I enlarge the Images, they seem to distort somewhat, and are not as clear. Anyway, I’ve been playing around with IR, but even though IContinue reading “MONOCHROME?”
A B&W of the old Asa Packer Mansion using Photomatix Software. Please excuse the watermark for their software. I’m thinking about purchasing it, but not sure quite yet.
One of the very popular Tourist attractions here in Reading. The Pagota sits on top of Neversink Mtn. where people can view the whole city at one time. Tour’s are open in the Pagota during the Spring, Summer, and Fall. It’s closed for the Winter cause not many people come up here then. This shotContinue reading “READING PAGOTA”
Not far from my home is this place named The Kerney. It get’s it’s name from the old Kernsville Dam that is located just about a quarter mile away. Many years ago, this was the site where excess coal dirt was dumped from dredging the river nearby. Excess coal dirt from the coal area upContinue reading “THE KERNEY”