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Very high water levels along the Jordan Creek and at Wehr's Dam in South Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania. The sun has set and some soft golden light... more
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Very high water levels along the Jordan Creek and at Wehr's Dam in South Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania. The sun has set and some soft golden light still remains on the scene as water continues of the dam and downstream into parts of Allentown.
Meet Jason Fink, a professional fine art photographer based in Pennsylvania. With a passion for capturing the natural beauty and peaceful moments of life, Jason has a keen eye for detail and an appreciation for the simple things in life. Specializing in landscape and nature photography, Jason has a deep love for the outdoors and a talent for capturing its beauty in stunning, vibrant images. From the rolling hills of the countryside to the misty mountains of the Poconos, Jason's photographs are a true reflection of the natural beauty of Pennsylvania. Jason's photographs have been used in a variety of settings, from home decor to office decor. Whether you're looking to add a touch of natural beauty to your living room, or bring some peace...
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