Monday, February 06, 2006

Pokin’ around the Poconos

This weekend we toured the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. It was a beautiful trip, and I have returned with many lovely images to share of the trees I met in the gorgeous hardwood forests of Pennsylvania.

A big thank you to Mom and Dad: I finally found the camera they gave me for Christmas, and took it along on the trip to try out its tree-legs. It’s a great camera, and hopefully will allow me to show you even better tree images in the blogging future.

These first images were taken at Tobyhanna State Park. Tobyhanna Lake was frozen over, and there were several folks ice fishing on the lake. This was the first time in my life that I've ever seen a lake all frozen over!


  1. Eeee, I'm getting warm fuzzies for the cheesy goodness of the movie Grumpy Old Men. And I'm so jealous of your frozen lake sighting! How surreal (well, for some of us, I guess).

  2. I love the bottom one...what a great road trip. :)

  3. Oh, I had so much fun you guys! It's really a kick to explore all these totally new places.


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