Topic ID #24991 - posted 11/25/2012 2:08 AM

archaeology/arch history project photos - New Jersey and Pennsylvania



Jennifer Palmer

Webmaster
Hi everyone. I realize it's been awhile since I shared any project photos here on archaeologyfieldwork.com. I think it's too easy to forget and end up posting everything to Facebook. ;> Here are a few from recent work in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  Feel free to share any photos here in the discussion forum. It's been quiet here lately but I can tell by the numbers that there are still a lot of folks lurking!

Jennifer


Without a doubt fall is the best time to be in the field. The foliage is starting to die back, but unfortunately the ticks are still out there. :p






Recording a historic farmstead. This was a pretty big dairying operation.






During road repairs we had the rare opportunity to check out the saw-cut profile of a 1920s Pinchot road which underlays the modern alignment. This is architectural historian David Berg recording a profile with a 4x5 Graphic View camera w/a 90mm 5.6 Schneider lens.






A historic road culvert that was damaged in last year's Hurricane Irene. This is just down the road from the oldest standing structure in Sussex County, NJ.




Post ID#19883 - replied 11/27/2012 5:53 AM



rkeyo

Moderator
That camera is awesome!

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