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Winter Storm Stella - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Winter Storm Stella

Prior to March 14th 2017 Harrisburg Pennsylvania was on track to have the least snowiest winter in all of the years of recorded weather. But winter storm Stella had something to say that. I’m not entirely sure when or why we started naming storms, but whatever, Stella dropped 17 inches of fresh pow on most of the keystone state.

Gifford Pinchot State Park - Pennsylvania - fine art nature photography

Pinchot Politickin’

A few weeks back I was cold kickin’ it when my cell phone jumped off the ringer. It was my good friend Bill. I could hear an elation in his voice that is usually not present. He blurted forth that he and his family had just purchased a small cabin along the Conewago Creek in northern York County.

Capitol Building - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - fine art street photography

A Foggy Night in HBG – B&W

As implied at the end of the previous post, here are the black & white photos from my recent night trip into downtown Harrisburg.

Capitol Building - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - fine art street photography

A Foggy Night in HBG – Color

A couple of months ago friend of mine asked if I would be interested in hanging some photographs in his business. He owns a local legend of an establishment here in Harrisburg, Pa and it would be an honor to see some of my work on its walls. But until everything is official and photographs are hanging, we shall keep its name in obscurity’s selective shadow.

Canada Geese - fine art nature photography - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Geese Under a Tree

I crept cautiously through the damp grass along the tree line following the dim calls of the huddled geese. I was only rocking a 28-70 on my A7M2 so I needed to be close. As I crossed the road the geese slowly materialized from a dense fog wall hugging the Conodiguinet Creek that sat behind them.

Fine Art Photography - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

A Truck Under the Bridge

It would seem that this winter in Harrisburg isn’t going to be much of a winter. Most days the temperature tops off in the 50’s and only dips into the high 30’s at night. We have been greeted with more days of fog than days of snow. As of the writing of this post we haven’t received any calculable snow fall, a fact that I wish weren’t true.