This weekend we went on a three day, 27 mile canoe trip from Dingman's Ferry down to the Delaware Water Gap. A few days earlier I hurt my elbow in a bad fall, so I spent the whole time resting at the front of the canoe while Angel paddled (pretty awesome deal for me). Although I didn't have the mobility to photograph as much as I wanted, I was able to take some great shots at an abandoned cottage we found on the side of the river. The last image is now in my portfolio.

A&B NYC Hiking Selfie
Fallen trees were all along the river banks hit by lightening in summer storms. 

Fallen trees were all along the river banks hit by lightening in summer storms. 

We took a lunch break when I spotted two abandoned cottages in the woods. This one was completely caved in and overgrown with ferns.

We took a lunch break when I spotted two abandoned cottages in the woods. This one was completely caved in and overgrown with ferns.

The second cottage was being held up by a large tree gripping the side of a hill.

The second cottage was being held up by a large tree gripping the side of a hill.

 
Inside I found an antique fridge and quilt washed in overcast afternoon light.

Inside I found an antique fridge and quilt washed in overcast afternoon light.

 
Angel Rodriguez Canoeing in the Rain
Campfire Cooking Pancakes Jenn Hurley
Dakota Fire Coffee Camping

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