As has often been the case during this wonderful pandemic, I needed look no further than my own back yard for a little photographic inspiration. As I peered out into the backyard I noticed all of these wonderful shadows cast across the snow. Given the subject I figured monochrome was the way to go, and… 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
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
Yesterday while scrolling through my Twitter feed I came across a tweet from photographer extraordinaire, William Neill. In his tweet he shared a link to his Instagram and a series of images he had made over the last 20 years. What was unique about these photographs was that all of the images had been made… Read More
Becoming green. As well as getting closer to getting caught up with this project, the green of spring is finally arriving in my gardens. Still nowhere near any flowers blooming, but several of the ornamental grasses in my gardens are starting to emerge, providing me with something other than the sweetfern that surrounds my yard… Read More
Playing catch-up. Surprisingly enough, life has gotten in the way a bit over the last few days, so without any more delay, my Galileo thermometer is the subject of the day for Day 19. If you haven’t already, please join me on Twitter and share the photos you’ve made while staying at or close to… 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?
“Does anybody really know what time it is?” It’s Day 13 (at least I’m pretty sure it’s Day 13) What “day” it actually is, I’m not entirely sure. Now that my wife is working from home one day blurs into the next. After being stuck in the house due to two straight days of rain,… Read More