Tag Archive | landscape

Blood River

Blood River by dogfrog
Blood River, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Susquehanna River, July 2012

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New Jersey Shore

New Jersey Shore by dogfrog
New Jersey Shore, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

The Hudson swells and pulsates. It’s really unnerving stood next to it.

New York, June 2012

Big sky

Big sky by dogfrog
Big sky, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Somewhere in Vermont between the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains.

Via Flickr:
Vermont, May 2012

Baylor Lake

Baylor Lake by dogfrog
Baylor Lake, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

I’ve always loved this little lake. Would be nice to live here methinks. Shot this from a moving car, no edits required.

Untitled Landscape

Untitled Landscape by dogfrog
Untitled Landscape, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Yesterday was a beautiful day here in NEPA – 80 degrees, perfect for ice cream, fishing and photography. Say no more.

Blue Saturday

Blue Saturday by dogfrog
Blue Saturday, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Uniondale, Pennsylvania, May 2012.

On the way to Belmont Lake for a fishing trip at 5.30 am. Barely awake I snapped this from the car. I kinda like the fact that it’s blurry.

It’s almost been 6 months

Pennsylvanian Farm

Well it’s almost been six months from my move from the UK and I can honestly say I’ve loved every minute of NEPA. Maybe it’s the countryside, the wildlife or the food or the lack of continual rain (ironically it’s raining this morning) or maybe it’s just all those amazing landscapes for me to snap. Anyway thanks to everyone who follows the blog at home or here in the US, there’s plenty more to come.

It’s green down south

The further south you travel from NEPA the greener it really gets. This is just outside Carlisle – a few hours south of us here in the dale. The trees are green, the grass is long and it’s basically summer down there. We’re a few weeks away from that yet. I can’t wait.

Familiar landscape

As I travel around Pennsylvania I’m always struck how much the landscape is so much like my home back in Wales*. No wonder so many Welshmen settled here. As a result Pennsylvania has many Welsh place names – Nant y Glo, Bryn Mawr, Radnor and Gwynedd to name but a few – many outside Philadelphia. For my part I have a Wales registration plate on the back of the car!

Here’s a link to my Flickr set – Monmouthshire – just so you can see what I mean

*I’m not really Welsh but I’ve lived there for many years and frankly I’m happy to support the Welsh rugby team over the English any day 🙂