Hard to believe that it's been five years since our last trip to PEEC in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.  We signed up for what was billed as a one day "Black & White Photography Tour" of some historic buildings in the Delaware Water Gap National Park.  The park was established in 1965 and encompasses 20,000 acres.  There are a number of structures throughout the park many of which are being reclaimed by Mother Nature.  Our guides from PEEC, Allison and Molly, did an amazing job locating these structures and providing a little bit of history.

Fifteen photographers took part in the tour.  I know, we were supposed to capture everything in B&W but we didn't.  We did, however, capture some B&W INFRARED images.

Clicking on the thumbnails will take you to flickr where you will find a larger image, camera information, and a map.  Kathy's images were taken with a Nikon D5100.  Joe's were taken with a Nikon D300 or a Nikon P7000.  The black and white INFRARED images were taken with a converted Nikon CP5400.  All of the images were geotagged with a Sony GPS-CS3KA.  We would like to visit some of these structures again with some Fall colors so locations were noted.

River View Cemetery



Ralf Turn House (1914)


Horace Van Auken (1882)


Cold Spring Farm Spring House (Late 1800's)


Owens Spring House (1840)


Zion Church (1851)


Michaels Farm (1875)


Hidden Lake House


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