Franklin Parker preserve

Lone tree at Franklin Parker preserve

On November 4 I hiked the blue trail in Franklin Parker preserve. It was a great day to be in the Pinelands of NJ. I got lots of healing energy from mother nature. Please enjoy my photographs and leave comments.

Lone tree at Franklin Parker preserve
Clear Air
Franklin Parker Preserve-0053
I see clearly now
Franklin Parker Preserve-0053 trail
The road less traveled
Mushrooms in the barrens
Looking up

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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Last of Fall Colors in the Pine Lands

Beautful Fall Color in the Pine lands
Beautful Fall Color in the Pine lands
Stunning Color

The Pine Barrens, also known as the Pinelands or simply the Pines. I like the heavily forested area of coastal plain stretching across more than seven counties of New Jersey. The name “pine barrens” refers to the area’s sandy, acidic, nutrient-poor soil.

You can find more of my Pine lands photo on this link

I like wandering the Pine lands looking for fine art photographic locations. I still have lots of ground to cover before the snow starts falling and the roads are in-passable. If you would like to explore the Pines, a good place to start is the Wharton Track.

Reference for more information. New Jersey Pinelands Commission

Cedar Run Wildlife Center

Bridge at Cedar Run Wildlife center
Cedar Run Wildlife center
Fall color in the pine lands
Cedar run wildlife center photo
Reflections of the Pines

Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is a 171-acre non-profit wildlife refuge, wildlife rehabilitation hospital & nature center on the edge of the New Jersey Pinelands. Cedar Run includes the Woodford Nature Center, a Wildlife Housing Area with more than 60 native residents, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital that sees nearly 5,000 wild

Hello Pine Barrens!

Landscape photo from Bass River state park

Welcome to the Pine lands of New jersey, I love the Pines its a special place that is like no other place on the planet.

A Truly Special Place

This is truly a special place. It’s classified as a United States Biosphere Reserve and in 1978 was established by Congress as the country’s first National Reserve. It includes portions of seven southern New Jersey counties, and encompasses over one-million acres of farms, forests and wetlands. It contains 56 communities, from hamlets to suburbs, with over 700,000 permanent residents.