(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
Day 29. Wow, has it been almost a month already? I’m not wishing I was getting out to more scenic locales nearly as much as I thought I would. Normally I start getting a bit cranky when I go much longer than a week without heading to the mountains or the seacoast. Then again, under… Read More
What a way to end the day. Since I’ve been back to work it’s been harder and harder to fit in the time to make new images each day as I continue with this project. Initially I had thought I would end up using one of the photographs I had previously made over the past… Read More
Spring renewal. The project continues.
Because you know, it’s New Hampshire. Yesterday I spent an hour or so wandering the woods behind my house. It was a fairly warm seasonal spring day here in the good old Granite State. That was yesterday. This is today. April in New Hampshire wouldn’t be April in New Hampshire without a snow storm or… Read More
Big changes are happening in my life over the next few weeks. Besides returning to my day job as an auto mechanic, in a little over two weeks I’ll be completely changing careers for the first time in my life. Still, my goal is to share at least one image a day, an image that… Read More
Simple Things. See the trees. See the sky. See the morning light. See the morning light, on the trees, against a backdrop of the sky. Let’s see what you’re doing to keep from getting cabin fever during the coronavirus crisis by sharing a link in the comments to your Isolation Project.
The moon and the stars. First and foremost, I am not a night sky photographer by any means. That being said, with the full moon visible from the front yard, and the constellation Orion visible in the back, I figured why not?
Another rainy day in isolation. Today, while walking out back, in the rain, the pattern formed by the pale green lichen on the top surface of this long ago cut oak stump caught my eye. The vibrant green of the moss, combined with the lichen and the dark wet wood, made me want to attempt… Read More
Embrace the flare. As many of you have noticed, or will come to soon, the shrubs that boarder my yard, known as sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina), have been and probably will continue to be the subject of many of the images in my Isolation Project. Maybe it’s a lack of vision or imagination on any given… Read More