Bucks County

Despite all my finger crossing and emphatic wishing over the last month, Punxsutawney Phil has spoken. We’re in for a few more weeks of chilly temperatures and frosty winds. The good news is, while you wait for days filled with sunshine again, Bucks County is home to some of the coziest bookshops and cafes to keep you warm.

Engagement Photo Ideas, Tips and Tricks!

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 3:00 PM by Devon John

An engagement sitting is essentially a relaxed walk around a location of your choice. Along with getting some wonderful photos of you, we talk, get to know each other a bit, look around for great light and locations and you’ll get a feel for how everything will work on the wedding day. It’s a very laid-back and comfortable approach, all about showing off the happy, confident people you are together. 

Destination Doylestown Vignettes

Monday, January 30, 2017 10:00 AM by Samantha McCarty

Many visitors to Doylestown fall in love with its history and charm! It’s a quaint piece of Americana nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Upper Bucks County. When we decided to produce some social media videos for our boutique hotel, The Doylestown Inn, we decided to showcase the myriad of attractions the area has to offer and to capture a slice of life in our hometown, rather than just promote our businesses, which include the historic Inn and The Hattery Stove & Still restaurant.

Capturing Aerial Images of Bucks County

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 11:00 AM by Paul Loftland

I needed to get a bird’s eye view of landmarks and points of interest in Bucks County. This is possible with technology using unmanned aerial vehicles, a.k.a., drones, but I wanted to show a different view of Bucks County by getting high in the sky while taking video, 360 Virtual Reality panoramas and photos of locations in Bucks County. Since some areas are no-fly zones for drones, the only solution to capture these images was to take them from a helicopter.

Bucks County From the Air

Sunday, December 4, 2016 3:00 PM by Bob Krist and Ryan Mancuso

In the second installment of Visit Bucks County's video series with veteran National Geographic photographer, Bob Krist, we take you on a visually stunning view of Bucks County from a bi-plane.

The project, "Bucks County: See Why the Locals Love It," features three, short, three-minute cinematic films to promote the county as a great tourist destination by using local characters in their element.

We came, we saw and we conquered 32 pumpkin beers!

There were eight people doing a March Madness tourney-style bracket that saw each beer competing against one another for the title of the 2016 Pumpkin Madness Champion. The big winner was…drum roll…Bucks County’s own, the Pride of Croydon, Neshaminy Creek's Punkless Dunkel.

There's still time to get fall photos before the cold weather sets and winter comes to Bucks County. The last of the maple trees are now turning bright yellow, which is a great complimentary color against afternoon blue skies.

You'll find lots of windy roads throughout beautiful Bucks County, Pa. Start learning to really see as an artist when you look through your camera and compose an image.

Dirt Biking and Fine Dining on the Delaware River

Sunday, November 13, 2016 2:00 PM by Carl LaVO

My buddy Frank Williams and I love to bike long distances on the Delaware Canal towpath in Bucks County. Nothing puts more of an accent on our adventures than fine dining at one of the area’s many inns and restaurants near the path.

Recently, we started at Black Rock Road where it crosses the canal in Lower Makefield and set our sights on New Hope, 13 miles to the west. The scenery, as usual, was