Garnet is the best preserved ghost town in Montana. Located about 20 miles north of Missoula, an easy car ride can get you there.
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Manhattan during Coronapocalypse and saw the city as it was in days of yore, with fewer people, even fewer cars, and wide-open space. The day I got pictures without crowds. The day New York was a ghost town.
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A photo tour of the eastern shore, Cape May delivers photographic opportunities.
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As I was thinking about ways to improve, I thought back to 2008 when I got my first DSLR. It was a Nikon D90 and I remember that day going to a storage facility to […]
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I smelled something burning, and commented, “I smell incense burning,” assuming it was a street vendor hawking his product for tourists. But as we walked away from the station, we not only realized there were no street vendors nearby, but that a large cloud of smoke was growing very close to where we were walking.
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Road Runner has opened up its blog post to our guests and followers! Our first guest blogger is Walter Stinnett. His blog will likely resonate with many of us, as we have all felt uninspired. […]
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For many of us (all of us that don’t focus primarily on bird photography), capturing images of birds in motion can be a real challenge. The culmination of lots of standing, waiting, and frustration only […]
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We just returned from a photo tour of Cape May, NJ. Cape May is a beautiful town, with historic homes, coastal beauty, and lots of natural habitat to enjoy. For the first time ever though, […]
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Settled in 1733 by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Pennsylvania, Historic Waterford is a wonderful opportunity to get out and enjoy the visual beauty of historic architecture. In the late 1930’s decedents of several of the original Waterford families […]
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This past weekend our meetup group visited East Broad Top Railroad in Pennsylvania. The East Broad Top was once a short line railroad that transported coal from the mines to another railroad for transport to […]
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fStop Foundation is a great organization that works to education youth through photography on why conservation of our wild lands and animals is so important. Their mission: To create a positive effect in conservation by creating awareness through the use of photography.