Once again Scranton did not disappoint with sunset atmospherics!
Unexpected drama in the Scranton evening sky!
As so often, the Electric City had great atmospherics for the 30 March 2022 sunrise!
I saw a lenticular cloud in Scranton at midday today, even though it was not world-class.
Why do iPhones tend to do a poor job with sunsets? Can anything be done about it?
Some persistent oak leaves on a tree opposite my office.
Scranton’s Matterhorn with shiny white snow wires.
A charming creek shows off the twin beauties of the rustic and the autumnal.
The topography of the culms will still be in NE Pennsylvania when the people have long gone.
Stunning cirrus skies which leapt into my camera. No credit to me: a dog could have taken beautiful pictures of today’s skies.
A cool windswept visit to the pothole just before a storm.
In which the author (largely) abandons fall colors to appreciate the built environment.
Roaring Brook, right in the middle of greater Scranton, does roar and it has pretty trees.
Some very good color en route to Honesdale.
Some stunning color at last this season!
Some fall color at Lackawanna Lake today.
Got the whole thing AND A CEMETERY in one image!
Sobering remnants of coal-mining days at Centralia, PA.
A beautiful sunset from other than my usual vantage point.
Images from Archbald Pothole scouting for autumn shooting and polishing editing workflow.