Another rainy day in isolation. Today, while walking out back, in the rain, the pattern formed by the pale green lichen on the top surface of this long ago cut oak stump caught my eye. The vibrant green of the moss, combined with the lichen and the dark wet wood, made me want to attempt… Read More
Embrace the flare. As many of you have noticed, or will come to soon, the shrubs that boarder my yard, known as sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina), have been and probably will continue to be the subject of many of the images in my Isolation Project. Maybe it’s a lack of vision or imagination on any given… Read More
As my days of isolation blend from one into the next, the search for things that catch my eye continues. This morning it was a bunch of stones on a large granite boulder in the woods behind my yard. Follow along and show me what you’ve come up with by either sharing a link in… Read More
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
6 Days In. I have a feeling that by the end of all this there wont be a leaf, twig, tree branch or rock that I don’t know intimately. Are you creating your own Isolation Photo Project please post a link in the comments so I can see what you’re all up to! You can… Read More
Still “enjoying” my unplanned vacation from work I went outside first thing this morning waiting for something to catch my eye. Above is todays find. Stay tuned for tomorrows Isolation Project image, and follow me on Twitter where you can share your images created in isolation using the hashtag #IsolationPhotoProject.
Low light, low to the ground. Makes getting down on my hands and knees for this shot totally worth it. Sometimes the best scenes are right at your feet, but you may need to get a little dirty in order to see them.
Saying goodbye to Winter. Yesterday at 5:58 p.m., Spring arrived in the northern hemisphere. As much as I love winter, I’m really looking forward to the longer, warmer days. Though it still looks like winter in many parts of New Hampshire, it’s slowly loosening its grip on the land as the days grow longer and… Read More