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Adelphi in the Morning

The sun rose on the Garden City, NY campus of Adelphi University, and I was wandering around taking pics as it happened. It was a quiet and lovely campus to walk around in the diminishing shadows as the sun rose. … Continue reading

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An Incredibly Sunny Day in Bethlehem, PA

After a lengthy day, we wrapped it up with a stop off in Bethlehem, PA as the sun was setting. We parked by Main St and walked down it to see a bunch of the old buildings. It was the … Continue reading

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A Sunny Day on the Lebanon Valley College Campus

In the nice town of Annville, PA lies a good sized college, split in two by a railroad track. On one side is the campus proper. On the other are all of the sports grounds. This is Lebanon Valley College. … Continue reading

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A Day in Easton, PA

We have spent several days in Easton, PA over the past few months. On the first trip, I brought my camera and explored the town quite thoroughly. A lot of walking the hills and streets to see old buildings and … Continue reading

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A Few Days in Charlottesville

During our trip to Charlottesville, VA, we took in a few of the sites (as seen earlier in this blog). This entry covers our hotel (which was beautiful), one image from the town mall, and a string of images from … Continue reading

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Monticello in May

It’s been awhile since the last entry due to schedules and trips. So here we are, way back in May 2017, exploring Charlottesville, VA┬ábefore a wedding. One major stop for us was Monticello. We actually went twice, which can be … Continue reading

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Castle Williams on Governor’s Island

At the Northwest corner of Governor’s Island sits Castle Williams. It was a fort and is a landmark in NY Harbor. It was set up as a prison in the early 1900s, filled with various cells. The courtyard feels like … Continue reading

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