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February Exhibit Panoramas

on Sun, 02/07/2016 - 01:24

The February (2016) exhibit  of my photography works continues at the Adams County Arts Council (ACAC) through the remainder of the month. A wonderful opening celebration for the three current shows was held on the evening of February 5th.

Shown below are thumbnail versions of two panoramas of the exhibit. Click on the image to see a full size version. Note that some web browsers will resize the image to fit the width of our browser window. If so, click on that image to see the full version, using the horizontal scroll bar to pan in either direction.

Please stop by and visit the exhibit

Gettysburg Food

on Mon, 02/01/2016 - 14:13

There are a ton of great places to eat in Gettysburg. While there are many that I'm sure are worthwhile that I've not listed here, this list includes places that I can personally recommend from experience. Facebook links (restaurant name) and website links are included.

Gettysburg Restaurants

• Pizza/Subs

Tommy’s
105 Steinwehr
Website
(Their diced tomato, feta and jalapeño pizza is the best pizza around.)

• Pub/Bar

Garryowen Irish Pub
126 Chambersburg Street
Website

Appalachian Brewing
70 Presidential Circle
Website
(Not downtown, but convenient to Routes 15 and 30)

• Mexican

Montezuma
225

February Exhibit at the Adams County Arts Council

on Sun, 01/31/2016 - 02:41

Click photo above to expand the panoramic view of the gallery.

I am very fortunate and honored to note that the main gallery space of the Adams County Arts Council's (ACAC) wonderful faciltiy will be displaying twenty-two of my photography works, with additional unframed items available for view. The gallery is a great place to view art, and I certainly encourage you to stop by during their regular hours.

Celebrating the opening of the exhibit, the facility will have an informal kickoff on the evening of Friday, February 5th, from 5:00 to 7:30 PM. This corresponds with Gettysburg's First

Hershey Highlights

on Mon, 01/25/2016 - 01:42

Pennsylvania's Dauphin County hosts numerous places to visit, including not only the family-favorite Hersheypark, but also the Hotel Hershey and the very impressive Founders Hall at the Milton Hershey School. Do a quick visual visit of Hershey in this gallery by clicking here.


Artist Copyright - All works of art within this web site are protected under U.S. copyright laws and international conventions.

Downtown Glance: Hanover

on Sat, 01/23/2016 - 23:04

Hanover (Pennsylvania) sits roughly between historic Gettysburg and the larger city of York, five miles north of the Mason-Dixon line. Its downtown area is an interesting mix of old and new. Take a quick glance at sixteen downtown Hanover scenes in a gallery by clicking here.


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Remnants of the Rails

on Sun, 01/17/2016 - 23:12

The highly-visited town of Gettysburg (Adams County, Pennsylvania) had several attempts at a tourist train line, under names including the Gettysburg Scenic Rail Tours, the Gettysburg Passenger Service and the Pioneer Lines Scenic Railroad. While the lines were ultimately not successful, remnants remained in 2013, when these photographs were captured.


Artist Copyright - All works of art within this web site are protected under U.S. copyright laws and international conventions.

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