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Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

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Greenfield Road – October 2019

These images, and this audio, are from the very first episode of Photowalking with Colin. At the time of the recording I was experimenting with a new app, a setup, a process. I had never published the images! So I thought I’d get around to that today.

If you haven’t already listened to the audio, you’ll hear that I stop and ask a nearby neighbor, who I now know as Walt, for access to his property to shoot a few photos. The story of his property, being somewhere that people used to pay $1 a car to park and swim some 60 or so years ago, was unexpected.

I think it was this experience, over any other, that led me to continue and create the podcast. I’m glad I did because I’m really enjoying it.

Flying a drone at sunset – October 2019

This image is from my Flying a drone at sunset episode of Photowalking with Colin. You can listen to that episode above to get the whole story. Be sure to subscribe to the blog or the podcast to get future episodes delivered right to you.

Prompton Lake – October 2019

I shot these photos while recording the Prompton Lake episode of my new podcast Photowalking with Colin. Be sure to find the podcast wherever you listen to them and subscribe. If you can’t find it, email me and I’ll send you the link. You can also listen to the episode right here on this page.

Eliza, taking a photo of a sunset over a pond.

Eliza, sunset – September 2018

I remember this as a gorgeous early fall evening with Eliza and friends.


Squash – October 2017

This being my penultimate entry into the Micro.blog photo challenge.


Lackawanna Lake – October 2017

Day 5 photo challenge entry.

Prompton Lake – October 2017


Prompton Dam, Prompton State Park – October 2017

Apple picking – October 2017

Eliza and I did some apple picking last weekend. We ate as many as we could while picking and then she made apple butter with our take.

First snow of fall 2016 – November 20 2016