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Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square
in Philadelphia also South Street,
Old City, the Italian Market,
Philadelphia Zoo, Conservatory.
Fairmount Park system is great, Wissahickon River Valley, Wissahickon Creek, Schuylkill River
Ridley Creek State Park in Media
Chanticleer gardens, Wayne
Bartrams Gardens, Philadelphia
Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford
Jenkins Arboretum, Devon
Tyler Arboretum, Media
Eastern State Pennitentiary
Benezette great for photographing elk.
Lake Erie Lighthouses
New Hope, Bucks County farmlands, covered bridges, and rural scenics, Also the New Hope and Ivyland steam Train.
Pocono’s Mountains great scenery. Ricketts Glen State Park great waterfalls
Pocono Environmental Education Center which in Dingmans Ferry
Gettysburg battlefield has various monuments and canons near dusk and at sunset. Little
Round Top at sunset and Seminary Ridge at sunrise
Bedford area there is covered Bridges in that area. Nice shooting at sunrise or
Hershey Gardens in Hershey also has a Butterfly House (June thru Sept).
Barnegat Light on the coast
Cape May (sunrise/set), lighthouses, wetlands and birds.
Amish scenes near Lancaster
Covered bridges Lancaster County
Delaware Water Gap
Valley Forge National Park is a great for wooded scenes, has some one-lane covered bridges
that are still in use.
Saint Peters has a beautiful river with huge boulders and is very photogenic.
Philadelphia the art museum the one Rocky ran up the steps
Lake Erie and the wineries to the north.
Point Pelee National Park lots of hawks from mid September to mid October. The best
site for photography is at the Tip area. The most common are sharp-shinned
hawks. Also in the fall the monarch butterflies re migrating south from August and
October they will be in clusters in the trees.
Lebanon and surrounding area they have Tundra Swans and thousands of snow geese in
Presque Isle State Park, where you can drive onto the island and do some photography.
Ohiopyle State Park and water falls
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater House
McConnel Mills State Park
Nice mill on the water.
Glen State Park
Hickory Run State Park, Boulder Field is a phenomenon - The field is 16.5 acres in size and is made up of boulders of all sizes. A stream runs underneath the rocks and often can be heard when standing on the rocks, especially after it has rained recently. The boulders extend off a path leading from the parking lot nearby, the tops of the rocks are almost level with the ground, the soil below them being compressed about 12 feet from the weight of the stones. the Park is open sunrise to sunset - but arrangements can be made with the Ranger Station of HRSP. Best light probably evening, but lots of people...around and ON the rocks. There are small rocky trails from the parking lot that give a different perspective and away from people. I suggest a weekday in fall for foliage and less people. Equipment: most important are strong lace up boots, tripod (obviously)and a wide angle lens is useful. Take water. And I do hope you have a good sense of balance for traversing the rocks. Close to Albrightsville, To get there take I 80, Exit Lake Harmony and Boulder Field is accessed by a 3.7mile dirt road from Hickory Run SP.
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