Let’s do the Time Warp again!

Isn't it funny how time gets away from us when we're in the zone?  Most of the time it's when you think you've been crouched down photographing for just a few minutes, but really it's been an hour and your companions have deserted you in search of warmth, shelter or just something more interesting than... Continue Reading →

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The Beauty of Fog

So I finally got myself to the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge on Plum Island in Newbury, Mass.  I've only lived an hour and ten away from it my whole life and not gone.  No idea why other than laziness.  At first I was a bit bummed that it wasn't sunny, but then I quickly... Continue Reading →

Happy Thanksgiving

Here's a picture of a turkey - well, two turkeys actually.  I took this in 2006 in Montana.  Probably was the OM-3 and the 65-200 zoom.  I can't remember if it's slide or print film though. Anyway,  I hope you all have a good day whether you're celebrating or not.

House of Sorrow

I can never resist an abandoned building. This house is in the next town over and on a road I hardly ever take, so when I did and saw it I knew I'd have to go back and shoot it.  When I did I had an intense feeling of loss and sorrow.  Judging by the... Continue Reading →

Down on my knees again

Suffering for my art. Snagged a branch off a wonderfully photogenic, but wickedly invasive, bittersweet plant.  They're everywhere now, like purple loosetrife, choking the life out of native plants. Anyway, I haven't been shooting macro much so decided to bring out the big guns for these - the OM 90mm f2 and the OM 35mm... Continue Reading →

Driven to decay

When the industrial revolution came to New England it came in the form of mills.  Water-powered turbines sprang up on every river big enough to drive one and even on what now appear to be placid little brooks.  I've always loved the architecture of large mill buildings.  Having basically grown up in New England's largest... Continue Reading →

The Shots I Don’t Take

The other day I met up with a couple of local photographer friends in quest of a foliage sunrise.  Unfortunately it didn't work out.  The sky was too densely overcast and the light dull.  Bummer.  But I didn't drive long to get there and the meet up gave me a new location to shoot in... Continue Reading →

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