BUTTERMILK FALLS 57 © 2006Pennsylvania
Photographic Story Just an hour and a half west of New York City, the Delaware Water Gap waterway runs between Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Superintendent John Donahue of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area invited me to photograph the beauty of the park. Niki and I visited it in the springtime and experienced the joy of the flowing rivers, streams, and creeks that meander through more than thirty-five miles of pristine wilderness. Of course, everyone said we wouldn’t be able to photograph in the rain, but the May showers didn’t stop us from capturing these beautiful images. After all, that’s what umbrellas are for! Digital – Archival Pigment Print This photograph was taken with an analog large format camera. After Clyde develops the negative, the film is scanned and edited in a computer program mimicking his darkroom techniques. The photograph is printed on an Epson Stylus 4800 or 11880 printer. Clyde uses archival Ultra-chrome K3 ink and prints on archival Harman Hahnemuhle paper. The limited-edition photograph is then mounted and matted to current archival standards. This is a limited edition series and each photograph is numbered.