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This past weekend I stopped off at the 295 Scenic Overlook off in Bordentown, New Jersey.  I passed this location man times and said that I need to stop to see the views.

I thought that it would be more to it but it was OK.  he trees that you see to the left in the first picture is Pennsylvania.  In the second photo Pennsylvania is on the other side of the Delaware River.

These are my choices for this weeks Daily Post Challenge: Framed.




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WordPress Photo Challenge: Reward

A Day on the frozen Delaware River

Rewards.  There are so many types of rewards that one can receive but the one that I most treasure is the reward of a new day and especially a new day to explore.

My cousin Michael and I went to RiverWinds which is located in Deptford NJ.  Neither of us have ever been here before.  It was really nice looking at the frozen river.

Brooklyn, Vincent & Ang

Brooklyn, Vincent & Ang

After Michael and I finished with our picture taking we rewarded the kids by allowing them to throw sticks into the river.

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Cooper River

This stream is part of Cooper River that runs under the Scarborough Covered Bridge.  I ultimately releases to the Delaware River.

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Graffiti Street Gallery & The Delaware River

Took a ride with some photographers to the decaying coal pier in Port Richmond, PA (just outside Philadelphia).  This place is a hidden gem.  The pillars in his place are the canvases to these young artist.


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I am assuming that this is where the ships would come in with the coal for the electic company a few miles away.





While we were there kids were even swimming in this river.

I know most of their parents would ground them if they knew what they were doing.  This could be very dangerous.

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On the Delaware River

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