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Up to my old tricks

One of my favorite things about the woods is finding the unexpected.  Around here conservation land usually has a past, meaning it hasn't always been conservation land.  A lot of it has been logged, farmed, lived on, mined and used for lots of other things, often yielding up its secrets decades later.  This bridge isn't... Continue Reading →

With Unpredictable Results

Fall is one of the most productive...well, if I can call it that, times for me as a photographer.  There are so many things that catch my eye and the season is so volatile that there is a surprise almost every day.  Here's a few of my favorite catches. Early in October things are still... Continue Reading →

Lucky in Light

Outdoors photographers are at the mercy of the sun and clouds.  We can't make our own perfect light and so when it comes along we have to recognize it and get out there.  My favorite kind of light is hazy clouds with breaks of blue sky.  Not quite overcast, but not quite full sun either. ... Continue Reading →

Massive Dynamic II

Son of Massive Dynamic. Told ya I'd go back.  Yesterday afternoon was a pretty good day to be out.  Better than today which is overcast and blah.  Anyway, I didn't take these two shots deliberately to match.  They're like bookends and I only noticed it when I got to processing them.  I mean, it's not... Continue Reading →

Massive Dynamic

Props to the writers of Fringe for the great company name.  I'm surprised it is still available for TV to use and I couldn't resist borrowing it for this series of photos.  I think it encapsulates the industrial authority of the bridge and the persistent ecology that it spans.  That being the Merrimack river. A... Continue Reading →

Fall in the White Mountains

Even though I'm still mourning my boy, I have been out shooting.  Partly it takes my mind off him (which I stupidly feel guilt over), but mostly I'm glad I can.  The health crisis I came though only had one stage of cure/recovery, but could have had two, the second of which would have totally... Continue Reading →

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