//Down The Road a Piece\\

A little while back I met up with a local wildlife and landscape photographer Antonio plaza. When you have a sec you seriously need to check this guys work out. Click HERE to view his website. We met up at a Dunkin Doughnuts in Marshalls Creek, Pa around 6am. The wake up time for me was 4:30. It took me about 45 mins to get there and since a nice snow squall was passing through it took another hour or so to get to the location.

We wanted to get the sunrise over looking the Delaware river and the Appalachian Mountains. The walk wasn't to bad at all...About 35 min but, with out the snow and heavy clothing (since it was 8 degrees with a -15 windchill) and gear.. maybe a 20 min walk.  From there we headed to Raymondskill Falls and another location to finish the day off photographing a beautiful 1/2 frozen water fall. I can not state where these other 2 locations are, and I know you understand why :). I hope you enjoy the video and images from this awesome hike. Remember to share, comment and like. I am so grateful for all the support you give. It keeps me going!. Expect more blogs and videos in the future.

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//Keep Creating\\



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andrew bird

Andrew Bird is the owner/founder of Andrew Bird Photography; based in Lake Naomi, Pennsylvania. He has been published in several articles featured in magazines for his Portrait/Fashion and Landscape photographs. Andrew is a Flushing Queens, NY native until age 12 when his family moved to Lake Naomi. He graduated from Pocono Mountain High School and went on to receive a degree in Visual Communications. Photography has always been his passion that is driven by the sights of iconic architecture and nature’s spectacular landscapes but his real affection dwells in capturing the powerful expressions of people. Capturing the moments that make us who we are is what he lives for. Since the start of his journey, Andrew strives to achieve the best of what he can do in every image. As he continues learning and growing, he is reminded of Taylor’s words; “And if I’m not learning. I’m not getting any better.” Building a relationship with a subject is the most important attribute of any photographer. The core value to his business is ensuring the ability to capture the most precious moments and beautiful candids that become compelling images, which is achieved by collaborating with the client every step of the way. Andrew believes this provides a creative atmosphere, making the images even more special. Providing beautiful and creative portraits that go beyond the standard norm is the foundation of his business.