A midwinter’s stream

A wintery walk beside Ripley creek with a few tips and techniques for winter stream work.

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Out of Season

Granted it's not the only type of fern to remain green in winter, but it just looks so pathetic sometimes that it's irresistible. I found it while exploring some ruins in the Townes forest in New Boston, NH.  We've had so little snow that I noticed swathes of evergreen fern all over the foundation.  They... Continue Reading →

Parting Shots

Well 2010 is on its way out.  I can hardly believe I had such a successful photography year and I can only wonder what the next one will bring.  Thanks to everyone who stopped by, commented or even subscribed to this blog. Here's the latest batch of photos and probably the last of the year. ... Continue Reading →

Living Bad Dreams

If you've been reading this blog or following my flickr or Smugmug feeds you'll have noticed my penchant for abandoned places (and my love for heavy metal - spot the references if you can).  Especially between seasons if you know what I mean.  Sure, you can shoot derelict stuff anytime, but after the leaves fall... Continue Reading →

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 →

End of an Era

The Era of Chuck. Aka Monkey. Aka The Orange Menace. Aka The Boy. Aka The Old Man. And he was old.  18 years.  Amazing really, but not enough.  This is the last photo I took of him.  Again, not enough. My heart is broken and my life is surely poorer without him.  For 18 years... Continue Reading →

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