Lets start with 10,000 Thats the amount of horsepower put out by the engine in a top fuel car. During the course of each 1,000 foot, run a top fuel car consumes roughly 22 gallons of nitro-methane fuel. Each run is less than 4 seconds long. 300+ A top fuel car can go from zero… Read More
Fenders and Doors The ravages of time takes their toll. Long forgotten in the New Hampshire woods. Little by little they disappear.
Things Happen Fast On The Way To 300 Miles Per Hour. Blink and you just might miss it. For more Split-Second Stories, go HERE.
Split Windows Mill Windows Rear Windows Windows To The Past Windows Into The Soul Historic Windows
Lines Subtle, Leading, Gracefully Curved. Shapes, Patterns, Textures Obvious, Repetitive, Intricate.
What did you expect with a title like that, a naked woman? Every so often the influence of my “real” job rears its ugly head in my photography. It happened again a little over a week ago. Sunday, August 18th, was a very long day for me. As I mentioned in this post, I had gotten up… Read More
Color Color Everywhere! The brilliant white of the church steeple towering over the roof tops of historic Portsmouth, NH. The vibrant greens and golds of the salt marsh grasses as the sun burns off the early morning mist. The fiery colors of a day at the drag races. The vivid purple of a wild orchid.… Read More
“Really, you’re an auto mechanic?” For some strange reason the thought that I fix cars for a living takes people by surprise. The idea that an image they profess to love was created by someone who gets grease under his fingernails seems completely foreign to them. As if creating art and having one of… Read More
What a year! 2012 has been an unbelievable year. I’ve created more commissioned work for others, and more of my work is finding its way onto people’s walls. I also feel I’m continuing to learn and grow as a photographer. I’d like to share with you my favorite 12 images from the past year. (For… Read More
Reflections, times three. North American Beaver cautiously checking out the guy with the long glass eye. Louvers and flames meticulously painted on the hood of a hot rod. Fly fisherman patiently waiting for a trout to rise and take his fly.