That John Muir was on to something. I love these mountains. A Lot. The White Mountains are the reason I stayed in New Hampshire after finishing my enlistment in the Air Force, and they’re a large part of the reason I photograph. The White Mountains are especially magical when they’re, well, white. Yes they are… Read More
So Many Rocks! Sandy beaches are for relaxing on a hot July day, and Maine has them if that’s your thing. But, if you’re a seascape photographer a nice sandy beach can seem rather boring. Ok, I lied, sandy beaches aren’t “rather boring,” as far as I’m concerned smooth sandy beaches are the equivalent of… Read More
2020, a year in through the lens. I know I’m not the only one who’s happy we’re finally putting the dumpster fire that was 2020 behind us. It was a year that started out strong for many of us, then cratered miserably for far too many. Coming through the last year unscathed creatively was no… Read More
Made some photos. My daughter and I got up bright and early and headed to the Maine coast for sunrise. Here are a few SOOC* images that I kind of liked. *that’s Straight Out Of Camera in case you were wondering. No editing, with the exception of straightening the horizon in the first image, just… Read More
And it rained, all day long. I’m not complaining.
This stupid pandemic has really kicked me in the ass. Initially it wasn’t all that bad, in fact I started out highly motivated. Some of you may remember my Isolation Project* series really giving my creativity a boost and, dare I say, (hopefully) inspiring others with the idea that one doesn’t need beautiful and dramatic… Read More
First off, I hope everyone is doing well. It’s been almost a month since my last post and I’m glad to be back at it. Things are starting to open back up here in New Hampshire, and I’ve been allowing myself to venture out a bit more. Still, I choose when and where I go… Read More
(3 days late). In the immortal words of Mr. Porky Pig, “That’s all folks!” This project has been quite an adventure. I never would have imagined that for over a month I’d be venturing no further than my own back yard, or into the woods beyond in order to photograph. When I took on this… Read More