As feared, March this year came in to NEPA like a lion and went out like a different lion. Actually, it came in like a drunken thug who'd outstayed his welcome at the bar, and went out like a drunken thug who'd outstayed his welcome at the bar and was finally getting kicked out, and decided to get in a few last licks on the way out, and who might pop back in later to make everyone's life miserable, just out of spite.
Still, as this beautiful image shows, March wasn't all snow and ice and falling trees. Mike Burnside (www.burnsidephotographic.com) captured this amazing photo at Harvey's Lake on March 27. Here are the particulars:
- Harveys Lake. Looking toward Sandy Beach from 41.22.14N by 76.2.23W
- 5:53:13PM EDT, Thursday, March 27, 2014
- Sony SLT-A65V with Tamron 18-270mm - 1/100sec @ f/4.5 18mm ISO 100
- Flash did not fire
Exhibition quality prints available at a reasonable cost.
If you have any photos that capture the special beauty of NEPA, please send them to us at email@example.com and we'll use them as the blog header for a week. Thanks!