Bucks County

Tag - Covered Bridges

Visit Bucks County partnered with videographer and photographer Meredith Edlow on a funny and engaging video series that depicts the process of enduring the mundane of everyday life and daydreaming about escaping to the beautiful countryside in Bucks County.

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.

Visit Bucks County recently partnered with veteran National Geographic photographer, Bob Krist, on a video series entitled, "Bucks County: See Why the Locals Love It."

The project of three, short, three-minute cinematic films promote the county as a great tourist destination by using local characters in their element.

Filmed by 64-year-old Krist, also a New Hope resident, and 26-year-old Ryan

Route 412 - A Fall Foliage Lover's Delight!

Monday, September 19, 2016 1:56 PM by Carl LaVO

Summer turns to autumn and memories return of going great lengths to see a maple tree change color. Like flying or driving from my former home in Gainesville, Fla. to New England to see the magnificence of tiny towns awash in the red, orange and yellows of the season. Having lived for many years in Bucks County since then, I now realize all that pulchritude is close at hand – right here. It’s just

Captured by Instagram Users @lilimari3 and @tstover88As a Bucks County native, I've always had a great appreciation for the area. My boyfriend and I love to travel with his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and photograph our adventures. On this particular day, we decided to take a drive in the snow, and took a little walk to check out the covered bridge near Bucks County Community College in Perkasie. We love exploring local roads and parks, and are