Peak Fall Foliage and Website Updates

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Happy Election day! As you may have noticed there have been some big changes to the website. Instead of going directly to the blog, I have created a landing page at which I think more accurately reflects the scope in which I currently provide content and services. Take a look and feel free to let me know your thoughts. All articles are still viewable by going to If you are subscribed, nothing will change as far as receiving new articles in your inbox.

The last few weeks have been busy capturing some of the peaking fall foliage for a video. See below. As the year winds down I am busy gearing up for what is next. Over the course of 2023 Berks Nostalgia has taken up more and more of my time, and I am currently at the point where I need to start tangibly monetizing the effort I am putting forth. Ultimately I would like to keep this cost minimal to nothing for the public. Utilizing my reach as an incentive for local businesses to partner with me would be ideal. If you or anyone you know would be interested, feel free to reach out to see how we can work together.

Other ways you can show your support are buying merch from my store, ordering prints of my drone photography, or subscribing on facebook for $1/month to get access to exclusive content.

Berks Nostalgia will be 7 years old in March, and when I sit back and think about how far this has come it blows my mind. I could not have done it without you. The feedback and encouragement I have received from so many of you has given me the incentive to keep pushing, leading to taking this plunge. I hope you have enjoyed watching Berks Nostalgia grow.

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Paul Miller
Paul Miller
6 months ago

I think the new format is good and the fall foliage views are beautiful. The drone views are really great of the Pagoda. It’s hard to believe you’ve been doing this for 7 years now! Keep up the good work!
Paul Miller
President, Sinking Spring Area Historical Society



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