Daybreak

Here's some early shots from the last week or so.  I don't know w hat got into me. Adams pond and the whole world lit up pink the other day, it was so peaceful and fresh.  I could smell the apples from the orchard nearby, too. and less than an hour later it looked like... Continue Reading →

Consequence

The weather and the hordes of mosquitoes have kept me from doing a lot of shooting, but I have been out.  The thing is that the shots don't really seem to go together.  Then I had a morbid thought about some of them.  Poison mushrooms and grave stones.  Heh.  It's ridiculously me and goes with... Continue Reading →

Rural Obscura

I've always been intrigued by broken-down buildings on the side of the road.  In New England they are everywhere.  Little shacks.  Barns.  Garages.  Unidentifiable buildings that make you wonder what they used to be and why they were hammered together in the first place.  Mostly they're wooden, but occasionally metal and almost always difficult to... Continue Reading →

The Best of 2010

This is a new thing for me, choosing my best photos of the year.  I’ve done it with books I’ve read and albums I’ve bought, but not things I made myself.  It can be hard to subjectively judge your own work, but I think it's a worthy exercise for anyone who wants to get better... Continue Reading →

Reflections on death – part 3

Some ask if I ever hang out with live people, that's how often I can be found in a cemetery.  I'm just drawn to them.  Here's a round-up of some of the best from the last few months - There are lots more in the Graven Images Gallery if you can't get enough.

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