It’s always interesting to view the same scene at different times of year and under different lighting conditions. The images posted here represent a sequence taken during recent months at Uhlerstown, Pennsylvania, immediately across the Delaware River from Frenchtown, NJ. In the summer, most of the view is obstructed by the field crops. The flatland topography is part of the broad river valley, and the upland area is known as the “Red Cliffs” because of the exposed red siltstone. The Delaware and Lehigh Canal is found at the base of the cliff in this scene; Uhlerstown was founded as one of the many small towns for servicing canal traffic and remains occupied to this day.