Recently it’s been brought to my attention by a friend and fellow photographer that my photography has changed a bit. Not so much in what I photograph, I’m still primarily a landscape photographer, the difference my friend noticed was in what else I’ve been photographing. After talking about this a bit, and a quick scroll through… Read More
Fujifilm X-T2, XF10-24, 10mm, f/11, ISO 200, 0.4 seconds. Additionally I used a Haida 3-stop neutral density filter to slow the shutter speed a bit in combination with a Singh Ray 2-stop reverse graduated neutral density filter to help balance the sky with the darker foreground. To keep the filters in place I used a… Read More
A little over a week ago, on April 1st, we here in New Hampshire received one hell of an April Fools surprise. A spring snowstorm dumped over 18 inches of heavy wet snow on us. Unable to resist an opportunity to capture a few landscape images with a blanket of fresh snow I grabbed my… Read More
Yes, it is spring here in the Northern Hemisphere, and the Weekly Photo Challenge theme is indeed Green, but there are some of us who aren’t quite ready to let go of winter!
Washington Street Mill, Dover, New Hampshire.
Stairs Mountain. It’s been several years since I spent my first night alone in the wilderness. This is where I slept, high atop the cliff face of Stairs Mountain, deep in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. Peace, quite, solitude, with awe inspiring views in almost any direction. The last thing I saw before… Read More
The Path You Choose Is Your Own.
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
Peaceful moments between dusk and dawn, Life still asleep starts to awaken, When the world is colored blue.
…with my little eye a lady dressed in red. Click Here and see what you can see.