May/June 2019 issue
Mailed to subscribers on May 3, 2019
ABOUT THE COVER:
Mark Van Scyoc of New Holland photographed the Wallace-Cross Mill last year at the Mid-Atlantic Milling Days festival, covered in this issue beginning on page 26. The tour takes place June 22-23 and features four mills.
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March/April 2019 issue
Mailed to subscribers on February 22, 2019.
ABOUT THE COVER: Bobbie Alexander of Collegeville photographed this field
of white daffodils and pink tulips at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Delaware County.
The garden opens for the 2019 season on March 27. chanticleergarden.org;
January/February 2019 issue
Mailed to subscribers on December 30, 2018
Cover: Stacey Brooks of Wrightsville ventured out after a snowfall on a January day to find these horses in a pasture along Knights View Road, just outside of Wrightsville, York County.
November/December 2018 issue
Mailed to subscribers on November 5, 2018
The Easton Farmers’ Market is the oldest continuous open-air market in the country. It’s open every Saturday morning, year-round. Read about this and more of Easton’s treasures starting on page 14 in this issue. (See free sample issue page to request a current copy)
Photo by Cindy Ross, New Ringgold
September/October 2018 issue
Peet Hickman of Bethlehem took a 24-image HDR panorama photo (using three exposures for each image ranging from 1/3200 to 1/50 of a second long) of Lewis Laboratory at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Northampton County, in October. nikon d7100, 12.0 mm, f/8, iso 200
This image won second place in our Artistic Expressions category of the 2018 photo contest. View additional winners beginning on page 26.
See our website at pa-mag.com/tinyplanet for an article that ran in the January/February 2012 issue about making tiny planet images using an iPhone.
mailed to subscribers on April 27, 2018
Longwood Gardens recently underwent a $90 million,
two-year-long refurbishment of their fountains and fountain gardens.
They completed the work in 2017.
Photo by Mark Van Scyoc, New Holland