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FROM THE LOCALS BLOG

How Composition Will Improve Your Picture Taking Skills

by Kathy Peoples on November 20, 2016

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…

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Dirt Biking and Fine Dining on the Delaware River

by Carl LaVO on November 13, 2016

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…

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Bucks County: See Why the Locals Love It

by Bob Krist and Ryan Mancuso on November 9, 2016

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…

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