Posted: March 23, 2013 7:26 amIn the last blog I covered ten reasons you might like to become a bird watcher. With Presque Isle right here on our doorstep you have one of the country’s best areas to get a start. With this blog, I hope to suggest just a few steps that can get you started. I know… View Article
Posted: March 20, 2013 3:26 pmWe are all very lucky to have Presque Isle located here right outside our doorstep. No 100 or more mile trips to get to one of America’s best parks. Yes, our natural beauty not only has more visitors than Yellowstone, is Pennsylvania’s # 1 State Park, but is among the nation’s top ten birding locations… View Article
Posted: February 16, 2013 7:19 amIf you have an iPhone 4 or 4S, the camera in your pocket just got completely awesome. The new Kowa iPhone digiscoping Adapter TSN-IP4S takes using your binoculars or spotting scope to a new level of usefulness. There are a number of great features that make this little gadget something to take on your… View Article
ALL WASHED UP – - A new program looking for that unusual treasure that shows up on Presque Isle beaches.
Posted: December 19, 2012 8:59 amToday’s blog features a guest blogger, Steve Friel. Steve is a freelance photographer who spends many hours roaming Presque Isle looking for birds, plants, animals and nature scenes that intrigue him. Today, Steve writes about a new project he has become involved with on the park. Recently I was approached… View Article
Posted: December 13, 2012 3:32 pmIf you have never stopped in to the “Nature Shop” at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center, Christmas 2012 is the time to do it. The shop, run by The Presque Isle Partnership, is a first class operation. Manager Sally Leubin and her crew make sure QUALITY is the key at the shop. From art… View Article
Posted: September 7, 2012 11:56 amHeron in Marina – – E. Ware SOMETIMES WORDS ARE NOT EVEN NECESARY See you on the Park!!
Posted: August 28, 2012 7:07 amAs I continue my walk by turning right onto the Ridge Trail, I glance back down Marsh Trail and notice the sky seems to be bluer, and the grasses and trees greener in the clear and almost sparkling early afternoon light. Unfortunately, I know what this portrays. Over time, working with a camera… View Article
Posted: July 31, 2012 7:16 amSunshine is the artist of the on this bright silver-blue afternoon as I finish my photography session on the new Feather. It is 3:30, so the sun is casting unique shadows due to its angle to the earth. The air is hot and yet clear. These are the factors that are important to… View Article
Posted: July 23, 2012 3:57 pmEvery day is a great day for photographing, sketching or just watching wildlife, whether it is on the park, in your own backyard, or a new place you might like to explore. This is especially true in June, July and August as this time of year when almost all the creatures of the… View Article
Posted: July 20, 2012 6:55 amIn part #1 on taking better photos on the water, I covered the point & shoot camera near the water. Many of the same tips also apply to the Single-Lens-Reflex Camera. I will cover them again so that you SLR users have a single blog to read. The Digital SLR, when it… View Article
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