Delaware Water Gap 2003
While I was growing up, my father introduced me to the outdoors. We'd frequently go hiking up at the Delaware Water Gap off of Rt. 80 up around Sunfish Pond. My mother and father used to walk there as well. During college when I had a car, I used to drive on up from Princeton and go hiking through the various seasons. Over Labor Day weekend, I got together with my father and went back up hiking to the pond again. This time, though, I was able to annoy him by taking pictures! The forests back east are quite beautiful. While I didn't really notice it growing up, they've got a unique feel so different from the rest of the country. I hoped to capture some of that in my photos and convey that unique feel of the forest floor, streams, and lakes.
These pictures were taken with my Minola SRT101. Lenses used were the 58/1.4, 35/2.8, 28/3.5, and 125/2.8. Film is Kodachrome 64 (regular KR, seemed a bit on the green side). Click on the "Next" in the upper right hand corner to begin.
My favorite photos from this series are: