Tunking Mill Landscape – Pine Lands

Tabernacle Pinelands Photos
Cedar tree Die Off
Beautiful peacefull landscape
Pine Lands Beauty
Pine lands Bog
winter colors

In Tabernacle there’s a historic site called Tunking Mill which has some beautiful landscapes which I enjoyed photographing. the location has that beautiful Pine Barrens aka Pine lands silence. I could get lost in the amazing beauty of this location which I’m drawn back to many times and it never gets old.
The locales called this the Tunking Mills because of the sound that this old stamping mill made. Lots of history in the Pine lands.
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Hiking Franklin Parker Preserve- Pinelands Fine Art

Franklin Parker Preserve Photos


Not been up to snuff, I’m working on some health issues, but I did manage to get out to one of my favorite places. I was hoping for some eagle sightings but it looks like the were not around. 

I did a hike on the yellow trail and decided to listen to mother natures call and make some Pine Lands Fine Art photography. #optoutside

Here’s a short video a short video which I enjoyed making. I will probably make more youtube.com videos. afternoon at Franklin parker preserve
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More Franklin Parker Preserve

Scares of Man
Scares of Man
Fly Bye out of Range

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 pitcher plant and sundews. Numerous species are commercially available and easily cultivated. The Pinelands also has beautiful and useful shrubs, like Highbush Blueberry and Lowbush Blueberry, Swamp Azalea, and Mountain Laurel.

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Sunday Morning at the Bog


Sunday Morning at the Bog

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 Bog is great place for birding and has a wonderful fine art landscape. Here’s a link for more birding info.Whites Bog Bird info