Between Two Lakes by Michael Itkoff

To develop a relationship with a specific place, with a piece of land, with a view, with local trees and animals is a profound experience that unfolds over time. Although I have lived in many different places over the years I have managed to return to the same cabin in Pennsylvania for most of my life. The cabin sits between two lakes in Northeastern Pennsylvania and all of the photographs in this portfolio were taken in the five-hundred acres that separate them.

Michael Itkoff is a Hillsborough, NC based photographer, editor and publisher
To view more of Michael's work, please visit his website.
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View from my bedroom window, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Site of Fred's new home, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Canoes, Lake Lacawac, Pennsylvania 


Rowboat in Autumn, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Fish skeleton, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Felled flowers, Lake Lacawac, Pennsylvania 


Dripping paddle, Lake Lacawac, Pennsylvania 


Hooked, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Perch on ice, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Looking at looking, Lake Lacawac, Pennsylvania 


Skin and bones, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Fish hook, Lacawac Sanctuary, Pennsylvania 


Ice Crack, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Irene Stark, Lake Wallenpaupak, Pennsylvania 


Aerial, Lake Wallenpaupak and Lacawac, Pennsylvania 

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