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Balmy Fall Weekend 2008 : With temperatures in the upper 60's we enjoyed some perfect fall weather the weekend of October 18-19. The leaves were just about in full color so I grabbed my camera and headed out to Prallsville Mills and the Wickecheoke Creek. Here are a few shots that I took.

Balmy Fall Weekend 2008

Linda

With temperatures in the upper 60's we enjoyed some perfect fall weath ...

Updated: Feb 09, 2010 5:46pm PST

Winter Scenes - NJ : The Delaware River forms the border between the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. These are some photos of the area taken during 2009.

Winter Scenes - NJ

Linda

The Delaware River forms the border between the states of New Jersey a ...

Updated: Jan 07, 2010 7:04pm PST

Compositions :

Compositions

TheMcMahons

Updated: Dec 30, 2009 7:14pm PST

Maritime New Jersey : Excuse our construction mess.

Not surprisingly, New Jersey is a maritime state. Boat building, commercial fishing, crabbing, oystering are all a part of the Jersey coast, the Delaware Bay and the Raritan Bay.  Once not all that long ago, Jersey was also a major source of fine caviar and even now the sturgeon are slowly returning to the Delaware Bay.  These scenes capture some of that maritime heritage as seen along New Jersey's Coastal Heritage Trail.

Maritime New Jersey

jpfoster

Excuse our construction mess. Not surprisingly, New Jersey is a marit ...

Updated: Aug 28, 2009 7:55am PST

flowers -n- stuff '08 :

flowers -n- stuff '08

wjd333

Updated: Jun 28, 2009 10:35am PST

sunset x :

sunset x

wjd333

Updated: Jun 27, 2009 4:57pm PST

NJ Wildlife :

NJ Wildlife

LCD

Updated: Jun 07, 2009 7:43pm PST

Près de ma maison :

Près de ma maison

csmiller

Updated: Jun 05, 2009 7:52pm PST

Misc Flora and Fana :

Misc Flora and Fana

LCD

Updated: Jan 03, 2009 11:46am PST

The Wild, Wild Wickecheoke : Well, maybe not so wild on the morning that I was there. Actually, the Wickecheoke Creek has been running low this August (2008) due to little rain. I had been hoping to catch some fast water but that didn't happen! But I've seen this little creek in a rainstorm and it really can get pretty wild! Honest.

The Wickecheoke Creek enters the Delaware River just above Stockton, NJ and passes through some of the prettiest scenery in west central NJ.

The Wild, Wild Wickecheoke

Linda

Well, maybe not so wild on the morning that I was there. Actually, the ...

Updated: Oct 19, 2008 6:50am PST