Here’s a blast from the past from the world famous Pygmy Pines Plains, I love the desolation of this area. Physiologist tell that vast UN-interrupted landscape stop one from being in depression. Maybe this is why I love this place so much. If you study these photos you will see there is lots of diversity…
Creative vision through pine lands imagery
Making more people think about the planet.
From yesterdays hike in the Pine Barrens. Found some beautiful bog orchids Rose Pogonia. The Pinelands has some beautiful wildflowers. great place to visit and enjoy nature. https://www.njpinebarrens.com/
My fine art photographs from my hike in the Rancocas water shed. I found some beautiful purple Iris around a small pond. I was lucky and got to see the whole ecosystem.
I love Franklin Parker Preserve and continue to hike the red trail, you should go there and copy some of these pictures. Copying is the highest form of flattery so feel free to copy. #pinelands Quaker Bridge
Cedar Swamp provides a large and important wildlife habitat in an increasingly urbanized area. State-listed rare species occur in the area, as well as the uncommon Atlantic White Cedar swamp for which the area is named. A swamp of cedar. Choked with oil of cedar And scurf of plants, and weary and over-heated, And sorry…
I love this area of the NJ pine lands which was shown to me by my mentor Steve Greer a great photographer and friend. I miss him. Related Images: