Burnside Photographic "The question is not what you look at, but what you see." – Henry David Thoreau

November 27, 2011


Filed under: Awareness,Nature,Northeastern Pennsylvania,Photography,Seeing,Woods — Tags: , , , , , , — Frank Burnside @ 12:06 am

Across the River


I had the great good fortune to spend the day with a few friends up at Camp Lackawanna.  The weather, the food, the landscape, the light was great, but the company made the day.

November 25, 2011

Over the Hill

Over the Hill

I had the great good fortune to accept an invitation for a little afternoon trip to a chalet in Sullivan County on this Thanksgiving Day.  It was particularly opportune in that I had just about decided to spend the afternoon at Rickett’s Glen, with a certain “been there, done that” feeling, when the phone call came.  Along the way, I took advantage of the afternoon November light and the recent rains.

There is so much for which to be thankful on a fine day like this!

November 20, 2011

Striking 13

Filed under: Photography,Places,Seeing — Tags: , , , , — Frank Burnside @ 10:38 pm

So Phil and I took a trip south to Hatboro, Pa, where there is a museum of memorabilia from the old Philadelphia Athletics.  Having grown up in the 50’s and in the proud possession of a Connie Mack autographed baseball, it proved interesting, but it wasn’t too photogenic.  Down the street a ways, we found a clock repair shop, and I was captivated.  The store sells an amazing variety of clocks, but to my mind, the most intriguing areas of the shop were the workbenches.  You need to understand that I have something of a workshop, and it is not unlike the cluttered benches in the clock shop.  There were three people that seemed to be involved – all, strangely enough, much younger than the popular image of the clock repair man.  No Gippettos here!  It was a little hard to determine who was in charge, so I asked, at random, one of the staff if I could take some pictures.  It was not a problem.

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