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Fall Album – Photo Walk in Downtown Stroudsburg, PA

Here is a Photo Slideshow of the Photo walk I took today around downtown Stroudsburg, PA. These captured images of digital photography range from beautiful flower close-ups  to a few furry friends from the animal Kingdom. Photos taken during fall … Continue reading

Ann Street Waterfall
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Broadhead Creek Ann Street Waterfall Stroudsburg PA

  I went for a photo walk today and this shot of the waterfall was taken with my Canon Eos Rebel t3I and edited with Adobe Photoshop. I used a slower than normal shutter speed to get the moving water … Continue reading

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Sunset over East Stroudsburg University – Jeremiah Williams

On the way to a mid-term I got caught walking to school in what seemed like a flash flood. This afternoon the rain began to come down with such force that it was travelling parallel to the ground. Although I … Continue reading

A photo of a water lily taken by Jeremiah Williams
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Genesis – by Jeremiah Williams

In the beginning there was nothing but the darkness. The darkness was happy for as long as it could remember.  However, one day the darkness became bored. It wanted to find something else, other than itself. It began looking everywhere. … Continue reading

photography by Jeremiah Williams of the Hurricane Wall in New Bedford MA.
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By the Water – A duet of photography and writing.

What would it be like to live by the sea? Near water, it seems thoughts are clearer, and have a slower pace. Perhaps, there is a profound physiological reaction that caused from the nearness of water. It relaxes, it soothes, … Continue reading

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You’ve Stolen My Heart

          We didn’t think we’d fall in love, since all we did was quarrel like squirrels we suddenly found our love, on one branch ready to plummet. Yet now since you’ve gone, I’ve been wandering wrong, and … Continue reading