Fort Foster ~ Part 2: The Rocks (and maybe a lighthouse).

So Many Rocks! Sandy beaches are for relaxing on a hot July day, and Maine has them if that’s your thing. But, if you’re a seascape photographer a nice sandy beach can seem rather boring. Ok, I lied, sandy beaches aren’t “rather boring,” as far as I’m concerned smooth sandy beaches are the equivalent of… Read More

Fort Foster ~ Part 1: The Pier

My Favorite Fort. Located along the shore of Gerrish Island in Kittery Point, Fort Foster was once part of the U.S. coastal defense system. Active from 1901 thru 1946, the fort is now part of Fort Foster Park, and managed by the town of Kittery, Maine. The park is a year ’round favorite with everyone… Read More

Mistakes Were Made.

What do you do when you’re making a really long exposure that ends up being grossly overexposed? You make it black and white of course. Last night I was photographing on the Maine coast and experimenting with long exposures. The mistake I made was to trust the histogram displayed on the LCD of my Fujifilm… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreaming

Dreaming? This is going to be tough. Images that make me think “Dreaming?” This is going to take some thought. Along with an in-depth search of my Lightroom Library. Here goes nothing… A misty morning on my home lake.  My little girl fresh out of the water with a dreamy look on her face. (I… Read More