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Fenderow in the Afternoon Sun

Photo of the Day 187/366


I took this photo this past week while on a sunset drive. We had pulled over near a farm driveway and while my wife sat in the car, I walked back a bit to see if I could catch some scenic shots. At that moment, the sun wasn’t close to setting, but I I looked about and saw this bit of bucolic beauty. The fence and the field rows just wafting back into the hills just caught my eye and I had to try to shoot it.

Quote of the Day: “Pleasure is found first in anticipation, later in memory.” – Gustave Flaubert

Ben Franklin Statue from Above

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I took this photo a few weeks ago when we took my father-in-law to the PA State Museum on a “field trip”. We took my sister-in-law, my father-in-law, myself, and my wife. We only had a couple of hours so we only toured a couple of floors. As we waited for the elevator, I went over to the banister and realized that this was the central area where the statue of Ben Franklin was and caught this shot. It’s not the traditional shot, but those are boring.

Joe Bennett

Just a guy with interests in photography, karate, and (sigh) work. I post one of my photos and a quote every day. I like to make a beautiful dent in the the negativity of social media. The photos are mine, so please don't reuse without permission. I hope you enjoy!

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