Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude

  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

Starry Night.

Loon Island Light. This past Sunday morning, really, really early in the morning, long before the sun was even close to rising, I ventured out onto New Hampshire’s frozen and windy Lake Sunapee. I, along with two camera wielding friends, Garrett Evans, and Tony Baldasaro were out to photograph a lighthouse under the stars. Nothing adds… Read More

The Reward As Orange Fades To Blue.

Winter Light. The view at 4,802′. There are 48 peaks on the official list of New Hampshire summits with an elevation of over 4,000 feet. Mount Moosilauke is #10 on that list. “The Moose,” is also the western most peak to be included on the list, and one I had yet to climb. My reward… Read More

Depth, Creating The Illusion.

The Problem With Landscape Photography. We see the world around us in three dimensions, unfortunately our camera does not. Trying to convey the depth and dimension our eyes see with the two dimensional medium of photography can often leave the final image looking flat, without depth. Fortunately, by using a few simple tricks when composing… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself

Your Photographs Are You. The photographs you make are unique. No matter the location, they are a piece of you. Ten, a hundred, a thousand times, regardless of how often a place as been seen through a lens, the pictures you make will be different. A small part of everything you are, the life you’ve lead… Read More

2014, The Best Of?

Looking Back,                       Memories Of 2014 As the New Year begins I like to take a look back and share my favorite images of the previous year. Are they my best? That’s too subjective for me to decide. What they are is a selection of… Read More

And So It Begins, 2015.

Blue & Gold And A New Year. While many(most?) were still warm in their beds, the New Year dawned blue and magical along the rocky New Hampshire coast. This, the first image, in fact the first press of the shutter for 2015, is but a 30 second glimpse of the enchanting twilight. 16°F At First Light… Read More

Photography 101: Get Out And Explore.

Along with the first snow comes wanderlust. Along with seasons first big snow storm came a desire to head to the mountains. A call to get out and explore I would not resist. The sky at sunset was rather plain, yet the pastels on the horizon as the blue hour set in made for a… Read More