Here is a collection of photos I shot and a video I shot this fall here in my home of Easton, PA.
During 2018 I used three cameras: A Canon G9 X, an iPhone SE and an iPhone XR. My iPhone SE served me well the last few years, but I had to replace it in the fall of 2018 because of a defective part (charge port/microphone) and I decided to go with the iPhone XR, which has an excellent camera.
The pictures that I selected for my 2018 top ten were taken in my home town of Easton, PA, New York City and Hoboken, NJ.
Here are collection of pictures I took this Fall, here in my hometown of Easton, PA. All pictures were taken with my iPhone XR.
We had beautiful last Sunday of Summer here in Easton, PA. Now looking forward to the cooler temperatures of and the scenic Fall season.
I took this picture with my Canon G9 X
I visited Riegelsville, PA last week and took these pictures of the historic Riegelville Bridge, which spans the Delaware River and connects Riegelsville to Warren County, New Jersey.
The 577 foot bridge was built by John A. Roebling‘s Sons Co. and opened April, 18, 190
I shot these two pictures with my iPhone SE on Sunday, July 22, 2018, while walking over the Fahy Bridge in Bethlehem, PA. The bridge crosses the Lehigh River and connects Historic Bethlehem with South Bethlehem.
In the distance you can the old Bethlehem Steel plant on the right side of the river.
I modified both photos with the HDR Blue Sky filter on the Tonality App.
Here are four more Photo’s that I took in 2017 that I am adding to my favorites group.
I set out on my first walk of the new year this afternoon and decided to take a walk down Delaware Canal Towpath. It was certainly a beautiful day, with the sun shining bright. It was very cold today as well, with high temperature only reaching 18 degrees. I really didn’t mind it. This is my third winter in PA since I moved back East from Southern California and I have finally built up my collection of cold weather gear to the point where I feel well prepared for extended period of extreme cold. For this winter a added a pair of Merrell FST Moab Ice+Thermo hiking boots and a Polartec Balaclava. I did not need the Balaclava today, but I carry with me at all times in case I have break it out.
Here is a short video I made on the Towpath, along with a few still shots I took while I was on the trail.
I took all the photos below during evening hours hours in Easton, PA during this past October and November. All photos were taken with my Canon G9X Mk II.
Another highlight of Heritage Day this year was a visit by the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales. The magnificent horses arrived in Centre Square at about 4;20 pm and they really captivated the crowd. The Clydesdales are well known for their size, but seeing them in person gives one a new appreciation for just how large and beautiful the legendary horses are. Each Clydesdale is between 1,800 and 2,300 pounds!!
After stopping in Centre Square for about 15 minutes the Clydesdales proceeded to head down the east end of Northampton St. toward the Northampton St. Bridge (the Free Bridge), which connects PA to NJ.
The Clydesdales then headed up Spring Garden St. returning to the point they started at….