Category: Destinations

Pole Steeple Trail, Pine Grove Furnace State Park (Pennsylvania)

Pine Grove Furnace State Park is in southern Pennsylvania, a short drive north of Gettysburg. The highlight of this state park is the Pole Steeple Trail, that leads to a peak in the neighboring Michaux State Forest. Pole Steeple is the highest point and provides an excellent view of the surrounding area. There is a quartzite rock outcropping that provides the amazing view.

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Photographing the Point Judith Lighthouse (Rhode Island)

Point Judith protrudes about one mile into the Atlantic Ocean at the entrance to the Narragansett Bay and the Block Island Sound. This is a busy waterway that has historically been very dangerous with many shipwrecks. The current lighthouse at Point Judith was built in 1856 (the original structure was built in 1810 and destroyed by a hurricane). The 50-foot lighthouse is still in operation and is now a well-known landmark in the area.

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The Photographer’s Guide to Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park in Maine is an iconic destination for landscape photographers. While many of the most popular national parks in the U.S. are out west, Acadia is a great option for those of us in the east. Although Acadia is small by national park standards, it is among the top ten most-visited national parks in the U.S.

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