After a long weekend in the mountains… It was great to be home. I made one last stop along the shore of our lake, the last picture made on a wonderful autumn weekend in New Hampshire.
On the shore there is fire, and that fire is beautiful. As I eagerly await this years first autumn visit to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, I’ve looked to autumns past for inspiration. Here’s an image from “our” lake captured a few years ago. Edit: I just realized that this is my 200th post… Read More
Sunrise, and a five-minute walk. One of the things I love most about living on a lake are the ready-made photo opportunities it presents me with. Even when I have no set plans to go out making pictures, all it takes is quick glance out the window to have me reaching for my camera and… Read More
Getting up close and personal with one of my favorite summer visitors to the lake. And there’s a snake in the picture too! Canon EOS 40D Canon EF 300 f4L IS Exposure info: ISO 400, f7.1 @ 1/250 Original Capture Date: 5/30/2009
Key Words Are Key. I will readily admit that I am not an expert on SEO (Search Engine Optimization). But the one thing I do know, is that in order for your images to be found, Google and other search engines need to be able to “see” them. To that end, proper key-wording, file names,… Read More
Summer for me is: Waterfalls, Water Lilies, Water Snakes, yes, water snakes, And I couldn’t possibly forget: Lady’s Slippers, with a few bunchberry, And lupine, Have a GREAT summer, I know I plan to!
Attempt Number One. I love living on a lake, no surprise there. When I got my first camera, four years ago this month actually, one of the first things I knew I wanted to photograph was a sunrise over the lake. So one morning I grabbed my camera and tripod and went down to the… Read More