Brick Pond

 Sale of Prints to Support Brick Pond


During the 19 months from autumn of 2014 through early spring of 2016 I made many trips to trudge through the untouched landscapes surrounding Brick Pond in Owego, NY.  During that time I wandered down every path.  And I set up makeshift blinds in a variety of spots with the goal of photographing Wood Ducks throughout their life cycle.  What I accomplished was that and so much more. 

Brick Pond has a rich ecosystem burgeoning with lush vegetation and a wide array of birds, reptiles, invertebrates and mammals.  Having spent so many cherished moments at Brick I came to think of it as “my pond”, my home away from home.  The images in this gallery provide a small tour of my journeys.  I will continue to add photos from my adventures as I work through them.  And if you find yourself in Owego, NY stop by the pond and watch the beautiful Brick Pond nature show!  Showtimes daily from dusk until dawn.

Brick Pond Wetland Preserve is owned and maintained by Waterman Conservation Education Center.  A set of my 5×7″ matted prints are currently available for purchase at the center located at 403 Hilton Road in Apalachin, New York.  A percentage of the sale will go to Waterman Center to support the center as well as Brick Pond.  The center is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 4 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm.

Prints are also available through my website of any size indicated in my Purchase Prints page.   For any online print request of an image photographed at Brick Pond I donate 35% of the sale price to Waterman Center in support of the center and Brick Pond maintenance.


Outtakes from Brick Pond

The following video is a compilation of a few lighter and less polished moments from my time at Brick Pond.


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Click here for a story about my Wood Duck adventures.

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Waterman Conservation Education Center
403 Hilton Rd. Apalachin, NY 13732