Wednesday, September 16, 2015

September Mornings in Bucks County, Pennsylvania: Landscape and Nature Photographs

I'm a big fan of September mornings in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  Temperatures are beginning to cool down and trees show the first hints of autumn.  Morning mist gives landscapes a delicately ethereal quality.  All of the images below are in Bucks County, during the first two weeks of September, 2015.

If you are interested in expanding your photography skills, I will be running a "Bucks County in Autumn" photography workshop (in the field) on Sunday, November 1st.  This should coincide with the peak of fall foliage, and we'll see Bucks County's beautiful rustic landscapes, iconic covered bridges, rolling hills, and more.  Details will be coming soon.  To learn more, follow me on FACEBOOK, or email me at: Joshfriedmanphoto@gmail.com.  To see more of my photographs, visit my WEBSITE or my ETSY SHOP.


Morning view from Calhoun Street Bridge
Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
New Hope-Lambertville Bridge in Morning Mist
View from New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Wildflowers at Sunrise,
Cafferty Road, Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
Window and Flower Box
Black Bass Hotel, Lumberville, Pennsylvania
Morning Fishermen on the Delaware River
Seen From Lumberville-Raven Rock Foot Bridge,

Lumberville, Pennsylvania.
Delaware River and Reflection
Delaware Canal State Park,
Virginia Forrest Recreation Area, Solebury, PA.
High Rocks Vista in Morning Mist,
Ralph Stover State Park,
Pipersville, Pennsylvania.
Frankenfield Covered Bridge,
Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
Rowers in Morning Mist on the Delaware River
Near the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge
View from New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Sweet Dumpling Squash at Styer Orchard,
Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Morning Light at Delaware Canal State Park,
Virginia Forrest Recreation Area, Solebury, PA


Tohickon Creek,
Pipersville, Pennsylvania.


4 comments:

  1. This delightful photos! Each photo has a soft colors, special season colors. I think I feel a smells! Thank you a lot.

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    1. Thanks very much. I really appreciate your nice comments.

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  2. thank you sooo much for giving a such fresh breath through you beautiful beautiful pictures ,just loved each one you are blessed with amazing talent god bless you

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    1. Thanks very much, Baili. I really appreciate it.

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