Thursday, March 08, 2007

Ruralty


A pot that is part of the silent auction for the Northern Cambria High School Honors Society fundraiser.


A Tufted Titmouse attacks a Chipping Sparrow at the sunflower feeder.


White-breasted Nuthatch


Tree rat, midway between the tree and the feeder.


Ice fisherman with his catch of the day, a 35" Northern Pike caught at Glendale Lake.


G.B., ice fisherman.


Yes Virginia, PennDOT does come past our house! This guy dropped his blade just before our mail box.


Tranquility.


Susquehanna Township field.


Hillside farm, Susquehanna Township.


No title .... use your own interpretation.


Life doesn't get better than this.


Pleasant View Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Church. This area of Susquehanna Township is known as the twin churches.


Double Dam Road Barn, revisited.


Barn along Number Nine Road.


This shed drawfed by the snow-covered tree sits next to the barn in the previous picture.


Floating on a sea of snow, pontoon boats await the spring thaw sitting in a field on top of a ridge in Northern Cambria County, ten miles from the nearest lake.


Modern facilities, Elder Township, Northern Cambria county.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great site ... thanks to former Ebensburger Clark Creery for the direction. From another former Ebensburger ... Dave Thompson, retired publisher of The Mountaineer-Herald. Keep up the great work and photos.

Anonymous said...

In regards to the tree photo without a title.
"Winter is hard on trees!"

Clark Creery said...

The tree without a title. "Even in death beauty can be seen".

Robert Bohmer said...

What great photos. I was born in old Miners Hospital and never thought i would see photos of it.Your nature shots are some of the best i have ever seen Always looking forward to looking at your new photos.

Amanda Johnstown Camera Club said...

As a native "Johnstowner" I haven't recently taken the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of northern Cambria County. You make me want to take an afternoon drive again. Your Ice Fisherman portrait is stunning.

Amanda Johnstown Camera Club said...

As a native "Johnstowner" I haven't recently taken the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of northern Cambria County. You make me want to take an afternoon drive again. Your Ice Fisherman portrait is stunning.