MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.

MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.





Create an account


Votes

In my lightboxes:

Lehigh River Near Hayes Creek
Photo By Joseph Andrasi

  • Title: Lehigh River Near Hayes Creek
  • State/Province/Region: Pennsylvania
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Hickory Run State Park
  • Nearest Town: White Haven
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Photo taken from a vista on the Fireline Trail in Hickory Run State Park in Carbon County in northeastern PA. The structure in the river is an old railroad bridge support of a defunct branch of the LV railroad. The outcrop jutting out into the river is the detritis from Hayes creek which enters the river here.
  • Gear: KODAK Z1012 IS
This Photo Has Been Viewed 107 times
Keywords:  Seasons
  • Edit Image Details

0 Comments

You have been blocked from submitting comments.

Add Comment

 

Click here to view our Interactive Gallery Terms & Conditions.

Most Recent Gallery Comments

  • Re: Sunrise At Havelock Island Beach #5

    Re: Sunrise At Havelock Island Beach #5

    Posted on Tuesday 3 March, 2015 by Ayaz Sayeed.

    Thank you Alena. I've heard the Maldives are exquisite. Wish you the best for your trip!

  • Re: Mesquite Meltdown (death Valley, Ca)

    Re: Mesquite Meltdown (death Valley, Ca)

    Posted on Tuesday 3 March, 2015 by Scott May.

    So many things I like about this shot. Well done!

  • Re: Winter White

    Re: Winter White

    Posted on Tuesday 3 March, 2015 by Alena Nicholas.

    Thank you all for the kind words on my winter image. I'm truly grateful, and hope we can all continue to enjoy each others work!

  • Re: Winter White

    Re: Winter White

    Posted on Tuesday 3 March, 2015 by Laura Zirino.

    Beautiful shot Alena! Love the delicate shapes.

  • Re: Layers Of The Owens Valley

    Re: Layers Of The Owens Valley

    Posted on Tuesday 3 March, 2015 by Laura Zirino.

    Thank you Alena, appreciate your comments as always! This is one of my favorite places, with such amazing geology. Someone also pointed out the repeating triangular shapes, which is probably also...