Tag Archives: Joshua House Photography

Adirondack Weekend 4th of July 2011

Five years ago I was working in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York State with the Department of Environmental Conservation as what was called a “back country steward”.  Essentially this meant that I spent my workweek in the forested … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Flooding in Houston

I’m posting this now because we may have another round of flooding in Houston tomorrow.  The first tropical system (TS Bill) in the Gulf this year is expected to come ashore in the next 24 hours or so.  Forecasts for … Continue reading

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Wine, Tourism and Art

You climb northwards along the western side of Keuka Lake, following County Route 76 out of Hammondsport, quickly leaving lake level behind you. You pass by old houses and new, and soon the road begins to roll following the topography … Continue reading

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Mexican Coke

  And for those who have an interest in the piece as a print you can find it here:  http://fineartamerica.com/featured/mexican-coke-joshua-house.html Please be sure to check out my various works from around the United States.  http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/joshua-house.html?tab=artworkgalleries

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Pickett’s Charge

  When I was about eleven, and my brother was eight, our family watched the entirety of Ken Burns “The Civil War” on VHS in a week, in preparation for a trip from Allentown down to Gettysburg. I was familiar … Continue reading

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Gettysburg, a living place

When we as Americans think of Gettysburg we generally think of the civil war battle that surrounded the village for four days in July of 1863.  Yet it is also a living breathing village, where families have dwelt for generations, … Continue reading

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Missing the Sky- Photo

My last post was a poem about what it’s like to work at night where there is no real sky.  Here’s a photo that explains it, with the poem super imposed. Interested in having this piece in your home or … Continue reading

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The Wandering Yankee- The Road

The road is calling and I must follow, across the creek, beyond the hill, to see where it leads, and then come home. By the way, in large part because of this blog my image of Palmer Pond in the … Continue reading

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Reaching for the sky

We all love flight.  Face it; you do, I do, every little kid you know has wanted to fly.  From time immemorial we people have dreamed of the sky, watched birds, created stories like Icarus.  For a century now we’ve … Continue reading

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Buffalo River National Scenic River (Arkansas)

Last summer my wandering ways brought me to the Buffalo River National Scenic River in the Ozarks of Arkansas.  As you may know, last summer the Mississippi Valley had a very bad drought, and that can be seen from the … Continue reading

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