This is the latest addition to my Bench Stories series. At first glance this just looks like another bench under a tree. However, upon further inspection I noticed the divider in the middle of the bench. It almost seems as if this bench was made to separate two people sitting on it. Or perhaps the person that created it was genius enough to add that divider so that both people would have an arm rest for both arms. Either way, it is a pretty cool bench.
Wow! This past month has been quite a whirlwind. For those of you that don’t know, My wife and I welcomed our first child into the world on 8/30. Furthermore I began a new career working at a local photography studio. As you can imagine, the past month has been very exciting and tiring. Posting to the blog has taken a backseat to my new daughter. However, as we adjust to life as a family, I will be posting on a regular basis again. Thanks in advance for bearing with me and enjoy the image below!
This image was taken of the Cloverhill Reform Church. It is located on the eastern side of Hillsborough, NJ. It is not one of my favorites, mainly due to the lack of clouds or anything in the sky. Hey, not every click is incredible. That’s why we keep shooting!
This is an image of a retired railroad bridge in Neshanic, NJ. I can only assume that the house was an old wheel house of some kind. The rustic look of the bridge gives it such character. This guy has some stories to tell.
This image is of the Neshanic Bridge, located in Neshanic, NJ. It is a one way bridge that takes you into the small town of Neshanic. Initially you are immediately drawn to the tunnel-like view through the bridge. However this image is all about the light. It shines beautifully through the bridge casting wonderful shadows on to the road. Ah the power of light!