More Franklin Parker Preserve

7 months ago ldallara 0
In fact, beyond the familiar pines and oaks of our forests, the New Jersey Pine Barrens ecosystem has about 800 species of flowering plants and 25 species of fern. There are beautiful wildflowers – some common, some very rare even in the heart of the Pinelands – and several species of carnivorous plants, like the Read More

Deep Woods – Cedar Swamp

7 months ago ldallara 0
2017 – I love Cedar Swamps… This was shot last year on a hike down Hampton Road, toward Hampton Furnace Ruins. #pinelands #landscape The way in No way in or out of here? A panoramic shot from the air. Read More

Snow Storm March 2018

8 months ago ldallara 0
In a snow storm we get natures great black and white without doing a color conversion to make some thing artificial. Nature is always the best designer when it comes creating awesome landscapes. Read More

Sunday Morning at the Bog

9 months ago ldallara 2
Whites bog has been better known historically as the place that cultivated the first successful blueberry crops. Many are unaware that Whites bog offers a unique opportunity for seeing the birds of the Pine Barrens of new Jersey. Located in Pemberton Township, Burlington County, it is now a part of the Lebanon State Forest. Whites Read More

Get ahead of the Pine-lands

9 months ago ldallara 0
Look forward to spring in the Pine Lands and hearing the tree frogs out there. Yep complete with ticks and chiggers. Enjoy these photos from last year. Read More

Snow in the Pine Lands NJ

10 months ago ldallara 0
Freezing cold weather has me thinking about the beautiful Pine Lands aka Pine Barrens and these picture come up out of my Light Room database. These fine art photographs were taken in Feb 2016. Please lease comments as they are much appreciated. I will post newer images as soon as I get through this down Read More

Franklin Parker Preserve Hike 10-6-2017

12 months ago ldallara 0
Hike around old cranberry bogs through a beautiful section of NJ’s Pine Barrens, and look for wildlife from an observation platform. I’m not sure if the river is the west branch of the West Branch of Wading River? Read More

Some Where Else – Deep in the Pinelands

1 year ago ldallara 0
This the location for this spot 39°44’8″ N 74°37’12” W which was shared to me by the great photographer John Giatropoulos. I like this Savanna, its got lots of charm and beware Chiggers too. Read More

Lone Pine Tree

1 year ago ldallara 0
A lone Pine tree in black and white fine art photograph some where in the Pine Barrens Read More