Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Thinking Green Thursday



Michelle brings us Thinking Green Thursday each week. Please stop at her blog, and read some of her wonderful posts, and visit the other contributors.


Today I would like to direct your interest to a site that is new to me. I live in southern New Jersey, which is a beautiful part of our world. To see some really lovely photographs of my world, visit Michael Hogan. His pictures explore the environment and wildlife of the area. Here are two of his winter photographs of the New Jersey Pinelands.



Besides the Pinelands, he can show you our wild flowers and birds, the Delaware Bay, the rivers and beaches, as well as some of our history.


At present, I have only a few pictures of my own, taken out of my front or back door, of the snowy neighborhood. Can't get out myself right now. But Mr. Hogan's photos can show you how very beautiful South Jersey can be. And he can do it so much better than I.

8 comments:

Dianne said...

his photos are beautiful
I like your shots too, always :)

Shady Gardener said...

You live in a most diverse state, don't you? I visited Mr. Hogan's site and enjoyed a number of his beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing the link. There are so many places I'd love to visit - and New Jersey has moved up a little higher on my list. :-)

Gallery Juana said...

I hope someday that I can see more of the U.S. At least I can visit new jersey in photos.

Till next SSS...

Mountain Photog said...

Those are beautiful photos, Bobbie. Thanks for the link.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love the reflections in the top photo, beautiful!

Kathiesbirds said...

bobbie, thank you once again for pointing me in the direction of a wonderful blog. His photos are incredible. Thanks for all you do to try to save the planet and get us all to "Go Green!"

Rambling Woods said...

Those are beautiful photos Bobbie and I will check out the blog. I share your frustration with no always being able to get to where you want to go..Mobility is a very precious gift in my eyes...Michelle

Pagan Sphinx said...

I really enjoyed Michael Hogan's photos. He is a pro. But I also have to say that I enjoy your photos of the area a great deal too!