Waterfalls, Not Just A Springtime Thing. I like to photograph waterfalls. A lot! And while most of my waterfall photography takes place in the spring and early summer, some of my favorite waterfalls look just as beautiful, maybe more so when encased in ice. The most striking feature of many of these winter waterfalls… Read More
Taking Your Camera Out In The Cold. Winter is my favorite time to photograph landscapes. Almost every landscape I’ve ever photographed I feel looks better under a blanket of newly fallen snow. As beautiful as this winter wonderland can be, there are extra precautions needed to keep my camera up and running when the mercury… Read More
Winter Light. The view at 4,802′. There are 48 peaks on the official list of New Hampshire summits with an elevation of over 4,000 feet. Mount Moosilauke is #10 on that list. “The Moose,” is also the western most peak to be included on the list, and one I had yet to climb. My reward… Read More
Your Photographs Are You. The photographs you make are unique. No matter the location, they are a piece of you. Ten, a hundred, a thousand times, regardless of how often a place as been seen through a lens, the pictures you make will be different. A small part of everything you are, the life you’ve lead… Read More
Blue & Gold And A New Year. While many(most?) were still warm in their beds, the New Year dawned blue and magical along the rocky New Hampshire coast. This, the first image, in fact the first press of the shutter for 2015, is but a 30 second glimpse of the enchanting twilight. 16°F At First Light… Read More
Cold winter morning. The New Hampshire seacoast. Fire in the sky. Warmth an illusion. Find more warmth Here.
Along with the first snow comes wanderlust. Along with seasons first big snow storm came a desire to head to the mountains. A call to get out and explore I would not resist. The sky at sunset was rather plain, yet the pastels on the horizon as the blue hour set in made for a… Read More
Mirror, Mirror. New Hampshire’s Mt. Chocorua, uniquely doubled in a mirror image created of snow and ice.