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During our travels both close to home and far away, my wife and I attempt to find peace in various natural settings which help us draw close to the Lord. With our camera we try to capture a glimpse of what we are experiencing and often find ourselves awe-inspired by what He has made. I would like to thank all the visitors from around the world who have taken time to view our extensive gallery. I would be happy to help provide anyone who has a like-minded desire and appreciation for natural beauty the directions to some of these beautiful places. Our prayer is that through these images as well as by other means, our Creator will call His people to Himself and be transformed into His likeness. May God bless you in your travels, photography and your personal lives. (Romans 1:20 & 12:2)

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This was the Bel Del Railroad bed, the D&R Canal never went this far north. The state park service has it wrong on their maps.

Hello friend Dana, thanks for the nice review, L+F, warm regards from the USA, Richard.

Also, this was not D&R Canal you took this from, it was the Belvidere-Delaware Railroad. The canal never went farther north than Bull's Island. The state park service acquired the railroad and extended the trail north from there. From Stockton north, the trail follows the Bel Del Railroad rather than the canal more closely as some of the canal was obliterated.

Superba imagine. L+F.

Looks 10 times better than what it did before.

Hi Chris, I see you took a picture of ruins from an old house that is set back in the woods along the Maurice River Bluffs off of Silver Run Road in Millville , NJ 08332. I have lived in Millville all my life, I am wondering if you have information about the house. Just would like to know the history behind. If you have any information, I would greatly appreciate it. Sincerely, Melissa

Hello Reiner >>>Thanks dear friend for the nice review >>> F8+L15 >> warm regards Richard.

The scenery along this canyon is spectacular. Actually, the "Grand Canyon of the Snake" is Hells Canyon, on the border of Idaho and Oregon. Hells Canyon is deeper, in places, than the Grand Canyon.

Un tableau subtil et fascinant. Magnifique jeu sur les tons et les formes. YSL
Merci pour la visite !
Amicalement, Eric



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