Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

a giant wasp rests on a branch

Cicada Killer – July 2019

For the last three years I’ve hiked 3 miles to the nesting grounds of these giant wasps. Amazing insects. (Listen to audio from 2017)

The bear I mentioned. Turns out (after closer inspection and research) it is likely a ~400lb male black bear. At one point, I was about 10′ from him.

a black bear walking in a field

My photo in the Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau Spring Visitors Guide

I’m always pleased when my photos can be put to good use. It is why I license my photos the way that I do.

A few months ago the Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau reached out and asked if they could use one of my photos (with credit) in their Spring Visitors Guide.

My photo in the Spring Visitors Guide
Complete with credit

Of course they can!

They chose this photo of geese at Aylesworth Park – a park I visit quite often during the year for hiking.

I’m very happy with how it turned out. Be sure to pick up a guide and get out this spring and discover Lackawanna County.

Recent springtime hike – May 2018

Notice the porcupine.

Hiking Aylesworth, Jermyn, PA – April 2018

Eliza and I are forcing spring to happen by spending as much time outdoors as we can.

Just off Old Mining Road 3, Archbald, PA – June 2017

I haven’t been on a proper hike since July 29 and I’m starting to get the itch.

Goslings, Aylesworth Park – June 2017

Pano – South of Aylesworth Park – June 2017

Foggy Dam, Aylesworth Park, Jermyn, PA, May 2016

Foggy Dam, Aylesworth Park, Jermyn, PA, May 2016

Sunset over Jermyn, PA

Sunset over Jermyn, PA – May 2016