We are hosting a photo walk at Merrill Creek Reservoir on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 9 am – 11 am. Spaces are still open! To participate you must register first at www.worldwidephotowalk.com.
Any questions please email or call dave @ dabourphotography.com or 908-995-7273.
I will be photographing James & Jennifer’s wedding in a few months. I had the pleasure of capturing some pre-wedding/engagement photos the other day. They met me at Merrill Creek – one of my favorite places for family and couple photography.
It was a pleasure spending more time with them and look forward to capturing the memories of their wedding day!
More photos can be found here.
Emergency workers from Merrill Creek Reservoir are seen here towing back a boat that capsized on Merrill Creek shortly before noon today. None of the three men were injured. “Only our pride as fishermen was hurt” one of the three men responded. He simply said “we lost our footing.” He also went on to say he’s been a fisherman for 30 years and this has never happened to him before. Their 14’ boat was towed back to shore and is seen here being put back on its trailer. The water this time of year is very cold. Today it’s 48 degrees.
OK it wasn’t a big snake. Maybe 12 inches long. I suspect it was a garden snake. It was on the path we were walking on.
Its tough to take some nice portrait photos when you have long hair on a windy day!
I had the opportunity to take a short photo hike at Merrill Creek this past weekend with my oldest daughter.
The park is starting to show some fall color. The area as a whole is still a week or two behind schedule in my opinion.
Rest of the photos can be seen here.
A fisherman at Merrill Creek during sunset.
Took advantage of a very nice Sunday afternoon weather day to get some nearby outdoor snowtography shots.
A very cold night is forecasted with lows in the single digits. Tomorrow will follow with another cold day. Next shot of snow will be late Monday night with a gradual turn to sleet and freezing rain on Tuesday.