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
Let the adventure begin. For the last ten years I’ve made an early spring trek into Tuckerman Ravine to photograph the grandeur of the headwall as its bathed in first light. The hike in isn’t too difficult, about 2.5 miles to the Hermit Lake shelter, where you catch your first real glimpse of your destination,… Read More
The red-winged blackbird sings loud from the marsh ~ The loon’s haunting call echoes through the evening stillness ~ Verdant patterns emerge from soft wet earth~ Snowmelt swells swift running streams~ Spring
Good times in Tuckerman Ravine. There is a very high threshold that would need to be met when it comes to weather I’d consider too extreme to venture out with my camera. Though honestly, if I think there’s a photograph to be made I don’t think there is weather too extreme. And even when the weather… Read More
Longer Days Ahead. The sun is rising earlier and setting later, a sure sign that Spring is on the way. With the onset of Spring my attention is inevitably drawn to waterfalls. One of the great things about living in the state of New Hampshire is the abundance of waterfalls that can be found around… Read More
New England at its finest! There are four reasons I love being a photographer in New Hampshire. Spring. As is typical of New England weather, the stream-side rocks and surrounding forest was covered in 6 inches of late April snow the day before I made this photo. The remnants of which can be seen is… Read More
Renewal = Spring . Though it’s hard to imagine, with winters icy grip, and its cold white coating of snow, just around the corner, for me when I think of renewal, I think of Spring. Spring is the time of renewal. Soon after the snow melts the wildflowers will begin to emerge and the young… Read More