Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Only in Bucks County: Frigid Photo Shoot along The Delaware




The sun was going down, and there were actually ice chucks floating by in the Delaware River when I met Joana, her husband, and her twin sister Janet for their Maternity shoot. Joana is expecting her first baby, a boy named Dominic, on March 5th. Janet had booked this photo shoot with me back in October when she knew her sister would be in town for the Christmas holiday.
Since the photos had to be taken late in the day we met right by the Delaware River and took advantage of the golden hour. We kept taking breaks, but we had a lot of fun! The greatest compliment you could give me after browsing through these photos would be that they don't look like they were taken on such a frigid day, because my fingers were about ready to freeze off!
Thank you Grundy Library for giving us a place where we could run in and warm up on a 20 degree December afternoon!


















"You are loved, Dominic."






Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Only in Bucks County: Foggy Fall Photos




For almost the whole first week of November, Bucks County woke up to some really foggy mornings.
I love fall, and photographers love fog, so I grabbed my camera and rode into town. 
I parked in front of The Grundy Museum and headed East on Radcliffe Street.
Most of these photos were taken along Radcliffe, Market, and Cedar Streets in Historic Bristol Borough.
The cemetery pictured is the cemetery at St. James the Greater Episcopal Church, which is almost as old as Bristol itself. It contains at least six Revolutionary War veterans and 35 Civil War veterans. The photos at the end of the post are of the Puerto Rican Monument and Harriet Tubman statue at Bristol's Waterfront Park on the Delaware River.
These pictures were taken pretty early in the morning... and well worth it I think.
Fergie was happy as always to tag along too!



                                       


































    
"Writing is like driving at night in the fog. 
You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way."
~E.L. Doctorow