Winter Light.

Finally, Some Time In The Snow. Reading all of the recent reports and seeing all of the photos of the snow in northern New Hampshire, has had me eagerly awaiting my first “winter” hike of the season. Wanting to get my feet on the snow and my first snowy sunset of the season, my friend… Read More

Out With The New.

In With The Old. It’s not often that someone takes a perfectly good piece of modern, latest and greatest, camera equipment (in this case the Fujinon XF 23mmF2 R WR) and trades it for what in the camera world may be considered a dinosaur. But that’s exactly what I did. Two weeks ago I traded… Read More

Mountains In Technicolor.

As far as fall foliage seasons go, the one that just finished here in New Hampshire can best be described as, WOW! The vibrancy of the colors painting the mountainsides was stunningly beautiful, the best we’ve had here in years. Though I’ve been told I have a way with words, I’m not sure anything I… Read More

Wordless Wednesday.

snow capped presidential range reflecting on the surface of cherry pond, white filed, New Hampshire.

Dancing With Waves At PHL.

Sunset over a Maine classic. It’s been several years since my last visit to this iconic lighthouse along the coast of Maine. Fortunately, a few weeks back my good friend Nate sent me last minute text to say he had the evening off from work and to ask if I would be interested in getting… Read More

Falling In Love, Again.

The Fujifilm XF35mm F2 R WR, a Christmas gift from my wife, is the first prime lens I added to my bag since switching from Canon to Fuji. It’s an amazing lens that’s sharp, compact, has a reasonably fast aperture, super fast autofocus, and it’s WR. That last bit is “Weather Resistant” in Fujifilm speak.… Read More

SOOC.

Confessions of a (former) die-hard RAW shooter. Day after day my Fujifilm X-T2 amazes me with the images I’m able to produce, especially the straight out of camera (SOOC) jpegs. Case in point, this wonderful winter scene captured using the wonderful film simulations built into the camera. With my camera set to capture both RAW… Read More

Falls of Winter.

Waterfalls, not just for warm weather anymore. Grab your winter coat and boots, pull on your hat and gloves, it’s time for some waterfalls, frozen and snowy waterfalls. For those of you who think of waterfalls only when the weather is warm, you don’t know what you’re missing. Here’s a short video shot clip of… Read More