This is why we love animals. When none of your friends want to do anything with you just grab a goat or penguin or any kind animal and go, they’re always up for a good time. They like fast cars. Well who doesn’t. I know I do and I have the tickets to prove it.... Continue Reading →
Re-enactments of times past. Some from Eckley Mining Village, others are from Heritage Day in Easton. Living was much harder then, they made a lot of stuff. Today it’s easier, we push a lot of buttons, make friends with people that may not exist, and everybody loves each other. If we have different opinions everyone... Continue Reading →
More great actors and portraits from a Civil War Reenactment. They always do such a great job looking the part.
Okay…so maybe the creatures weren’t really at the reservoir, but you can’t prove it. There are a lot of stranger things in this world. I’ve decided they should be there. They look good in black and white. Just imagine being attacked by a giant prairie dog. Awful! I was attacked by a giant rabbit a... Continue Reading →
The old classic cars look good in color or black and white. The chrome that was heavily in the past really shines in black and white.
Sunoco Oil processed gasoline, diesel, and kerosene for more than a century at this plant in Marcus Hook. Now Sunoco Logistics Partners has converted it into a site that processes natural gas.
Mostly black and white photographs of Quiet Valley and Kutztown Folk Festival. With the exception of a very hot pig that has good taste and tastes good all at the same time. What could be better?
It’s always good to have a friend to give you sound advice, someone to tell you when it’s time to duck. Like these two little penguins. It’s pretty obvious what the tall one is telling the other. Body language is so revealing. Let’s listen in: “Sometimes hiding is your best option.” Oh, I can certainly... Continue Reading →