Can you guess where this female Mallard duck wades based on the reflections in the water? Hint: The reflection is created by a vessel from another era that is still in use today in the western part of our county.

Photographers note. The choppy waters created some interesting patterns on the surface, I could’ve photographed it all day. I’ve had to explain to people that this is an unaltered photo and it is just how i saw it. –Richard Sayer, staff photographer at The Meadville Tribune
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Do you know where this is? Hint: From this spot in history you may have spotted a wooly mammouth or watched a jet engine propelled speed boat break up and sink or come here to keep your ice box cold.  You can visit our page on Facebook and take your guess. Or let us know by commenting here. Also, if anyone has any stories, funny or otherwise, they’d like to share about this place, please share them by posting them on Facebook, comment here or e-mail your stories to photography@meadvilletribune.com.
 
 
This area is recognized by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Do you know where this is? What the name of the place is? Any idea why it is important to the region and history of Northwest Pennsylvania? 

Also care to indicate a preference to Black and White or Color photography, here is the same photograph above in Black and White. Do the color make the picture more appealing? Do they help convey a meaning or a mood? Or does the black and White help you look at all the aspects of the photo to see the detail not being drawn to your favorite color? Do different parts of the photograph jump out at you in the color version?...the black and white version?
 
 
Do you know where this place is. Hint: ever commute up to Edinboro from Meadville? Maybe the color version below will help?

Also care to indicate a preference to Black and White or Color photography, here is the same photograph above in Black and White. Do the color make the picture more appealing? Do they help convey a meaning or a mood? Or does the black and White help you look at all the aspects of the photo to see the detail not being drawn to your favorite color? Do different parts of the photograph jump out at you in the color version?...the black and white version?

Photograph taken as a drive by from the car(If you took note of the odd reflections in the sky) during a bright sunset in March.
 
 
Can you name the place where this photograph was taken? Songs have been written about this place and these fish. Visit our website at meadvilletribune.com and see the photograph in color by clicking on Scenes under the photography menu on the left or visit our page on Facebook and take your guess. Also, if anyone has any stories, funny or otherwise, they’d like to share about visiting this place, please do post them on Facebook, comment on the website or email your stories to photography@meadvilletribune.com.
Meadville Tribune photograph by Richard Sayer

 
 
Do you know where this is?  What some see as hay others may see as fuel. Where I grew up we only saw square bales, I never really got interested in stopping to take pictures of them.

Can you guess where this is and what this really is? Is it food for livestock or fuel for stoves?
 
 
Meadville Tribune photograph by Richard Sayer
Anyone want to share a story about this place please do--anyone meet a friend for life or fall in love here? Let us know!