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Colin Devroe

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Raymondskill Falls – July 2019

These loud falls run into the Delaware between Pennsylvania and New Jersey just outside of Milford, PA.

a man, fishing next to a lake

Fisherman, Lackawanna State Park – July 2019

“I once saw a pelican out here.”

Carbondale, Pennsylvania – April 2017

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.

Scranton Craftsmen – February 2017

A few years ago I was grateful to receive a guided tour of this interesting steel and concrete fabrication business. I learned a lot.

The Berthe Morisot exhibit, Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia – January 2019

Seeing this post from Kottke spurred me to invite my Dad and a friend to quickly drive to Philadelphia to see this exhibit before it closed. I’m very happy that I did. I urge you to look into Berthe Morisot.

Drone shot over Hudson River

Bannerman's Castle, arsenal hold

Bannerman's Castle from above

Wall remains in river

Castle from below

Remaining structure of Bannerman's Castle

From afar

Remains of wall in river

Kayaking to Bannerman’s Castle on the Hudson River – July 2018

Eliza and I paddled on the Hudson River to a long abandoned arsenal castle. It was a great day.

Jim Thorpe – May 2018

Carriage House, Hill Section, Scranton, PA – April 2018

I found this little gem just a few paces from my new office.

Lackawanna County Courthouse, Scranton, PA – January 2017

I don’t know how this happened, but I’ve never published this photo here on my site. This was one of the first photos I took with my current drone (the DJI Phantom 4 Pro) and has already been used by several Scranton-based companies in their materials.