The photo collections and poetry offered on these pages represents a view of the world as seen solely through one photographer’s mind, eyes and camera lens. One of the magical qualities of photography is the absolute truth that each photographer interprets a scene according to his/her own unique inner vision and the output of that creative effort becomes a defined image of inner sight; one might say, painting the inside canvas of human experience. It’s an amazing process to be sure. These are indeed frozen moments in time as reflected through one’s eyes by the images created. In browsing through the various galleries and pages of this collection, it is hoped that the viewer will interpret the images presented in his/her own special way and that the experience will add to a greater appreciation of the depth, richness and texture of the world in which we live. -Thomas Bilheimer
A native Pennsylvanian, Thomas Bilheimer holds a BA degree in history from Moravian College and an MSed degree from Temple University. Post graduate study includes a Fulbright grant for study in Cairo, Egypt and an NEH grant for Middle Eastern Studies at Princeton University. He has taught history, anthropology and education in high school and college both at the undergraduate and graduate degree levels. Artistic creativity of all types has always been of great interest and to that end he has travelled extensively worldwide to see, photograph and write about the diversity of cultures and geography encountered. Thomas is currently semi-retired and lives in a quiet rural setting in the Pocono Mts. of eastern Pennsylvania.
Vintage Railroad Signage
The Hudson Valley, New York
Hell's Canyon Adventure-Idaho
Guestbook for Thomas Bilheimer
great pictures! A lot of them are almost in my back yard.
Thanks Tom,I shall look closer at the world around me! I have been traveling too fast to smell the roses that you reveal to us! Your pics are worthy of national geographic! John Blatnik
Lovely photos and musical complements are so soothing!
Tom, great photos, you have an eye for perspectives of the everyday world around us........that most of us never see.