Isolation Project, Day 28.

What a way to end the day. Since I’ve been back to work it’s been harder and harder to fit in the time to make new images each day as I continue with this project. Initially I had thought I would end up using one of the photographs I had previously made over the past… Read More

Isolation Project, Day 18.

Big changes are happening in my life over the next few weeks. Besides returning to my day job as an auto mechanic, in a little over two weeks I’ll be completely changing careers for the first time in my life. Still, my goal is to share at least one image a day, an image that… Read More

Isolation Project, Day 17.

Simple Things. See the trees. See the sky. See the morning light. See the morning light, on the trees, against a backdrop of the sky. Let’s see what you’re doing to keep from getting cabin fever during the coronavirus crisis by sharing a link in the comments to your Isolation Project.

Isolation Project, Day 16.

The moon and the stars. First and foremost, I am not a night sky photographer by any means. That being said, with the full moon visible from the front yard, and the constellation Orion visible in the back, I figured why not?

Isolation Project, Day 7.

One week down. Which I know to some of you that’s nothing. Some of you have been cooped up for twice that, and more. I sincerely hope all of you are able to find something to do to occupy your time. I have no idea what I’d do if it weren’t for my camera. One… Read More

The Isolation Project, Days 1 and 2.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 I, like so many others around the world find myself out of work for the next two weeks as the owners of the auto repair shop I work at as my daily grind have decided to close down in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. So… Read More

Chocorua.

If there’s one mountains that lets you know you’re in New Hampshire, it’s Mount Chocorua. With a summit elevation of only 3,490′ it’s not the tallest in the state, that distinction goes to 6,288′ Mount Washington. What Mount Chocorua lacks in elevation it makes up with a distinctly recognizable profile, one that can be seen… Read More

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

Do You See What I See?

If you walked up to this scene what photograph would you see? Would you immediately go for your wide angle lens (the wider the better??) in your desire to capture everything, to take it all in? Or would you go right for the telephoto lens in order to tell a more intimate story? Maybe zoom… Read More