A Seductive Light

Beautiful shots by Richard Lewis of one of the best spots in the pines. His blog “Painting with a Camera” is well worth following if you don’t already!

Painting With A Camera

Hiking the New Jersey Pinelands for Therapy and Art

I had a knee injury from a bicycle accident a few months ago and have been walking as part of a physical therapy program. On a recent Saturday afternoon, I decided to do some therapy by hiking in the Franklin Parker Preserve, one of my favorite New Jersey Pinelands spots. It ended up being more of a spiritual therapy session than a physical one.

I intended to hike without my camera to save weight in my pack and stress on my knee, but it just didn’t feel right. That camera has been with me on hikes everywhere from Alaska to right down the road. It felt to me like leaving a friend behind, so I ended up taking it.

The Franklin Parker Preserve features a series of old cranberry bogs with an open landscape and expansive views of the sky. Right after I began hiking, a storm front started…

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2 responses to “A Seductive Light

  1. Thanks for re-blogging my post on your great blog. It is greatly appreciated.

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