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April  22

Park Street, Montclair 11 am
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April  16

Eye Candy
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Park Street, Montclair, Saturday. By Scot Surbeck.

April 16, 2006 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (17)

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April   4

Mother Nature Giveth And Taketh Away

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Photographer Scot Surbeck sent us this blooming forsythia composition taken over the weekend which has "get outdoors" written all over it...and a lot of us did just that.   However, today's forecast for lower temperatures, wind, clouds and a possible morning snow shower tomorrow has chased away our spring fever and has us reaching for the mittens (again!).

April 4, 2006 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (6)

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March  29

Enjoy it While it Lasts
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Ace photographer Scot Surbeck, who took this picture of a raccoon skull yesterday in Montclair, wants to remind everybody that life is fleeting. Go smell the crocuses before they smell you.

March 29, 2006 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (58)

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March  12

Out Playing
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It's hard to do this photo justice here, but if you click on the picture you'll see a bigger version of Scot Surbeck's panoramic shot of the Brookdale Park playground. The photo, shot Saturday afternoon, is composed of three images, electronically stitched together.

March 12, 2006 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (14)

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February  12

Valley Road Train Overpass: 10 am
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Another amazing photo by Scot Surbeck.

February 12, 2006 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (10)

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December   4

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
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Scot Surbeck captures the first snowfall of the season.

December 4, 2005 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (15)

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November  25

Ashenfelter 2005

AidenwelshHere's the winner (hubba hubba!) Aidan Walsh of Dublin, via Cliffside Park, in 25:23.

The women's champion was Victoria Ganushina of New York in 29:06. The top Baristavillians were Elliot Frieder in 26:14 and Jennifer Edmond in 34:44, both of Bloomfield.

Always a classic, the man who started it all, Horace Ashenfelter, was on hand for the 8K race...

(photos by Scot Surbeck) For all the results click here; additional photos on the jump and here...

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November 25, 2005 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (5)

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November  19

The Race That Was

Thewinnerbillybludgusma122438310012Scot Surbeck was at the Goodwill 5K Run/Walk today and from his photos, we feel like we were there, too.

The winner, with a time of 16:09, was Billy Bludgus, the cross country coach at St. Peter's in Newark. Surbeck says Bludgus had to leave before the awards presentation so he could coach his team this morning. Congrats to all who ran/walk and made a difference. More photos on the jump...

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50 yards from the finish...
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A sprint to the finish for 3rd place - #321 held on for 3rd.

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See anyone you know...?

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Gotta love free massage apres race

November 19, 2005 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (10)

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November  16

When the Coyote's Away ...
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... the geese will play. Edgemont Park, cleaned up for Veterans Day, is an avian haven. (Thanks to Scot Surbeck for the image and the caption. He counted 70 geese this morning.)

November 16, 2005 in Scot's Photo Journal | Permalink | Comments (20)

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