F-f-f-frozen

Part of the joy of shooting in the winter in New England is dealing with the cold.  Mostly  it's just a matter of the right clothing, but a photographer lives and dies by her eyes and her hands and it's the hands that suffer most.  I think I need to get some of those pocket... Continue Reading →

The Great Marsh

My husband is a runner and goes to races in the area.  Sometimes I go with him if there's something interesting to photograph in the vicinity.  On New Year's Day he went to Salisbury Massachusetts and so I went to walk the Old Eastern Marsh Trail that runs about a mile and a quarter.  I... 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 →

Autumn Harvest

While the season is by no means over, the peak color is draining rapidly.  A storm came through yesterday that probably knocked a lot of leaves off the trees and so I was even more glad to have gotten out in the days before.  Because of my health issue, my fall season was in jeopardy... Continue Reading →

Lily of the Valley – Part 8

After some weeks of relative sameness, the plants are beginning a new phase - the die back. I love the contrast between the still verdant leaves and the dying leaves.   The textures are still terrific. And of course I couldn't resist a monochrome conversion.  The shapes and light variation in the early morning is perfect... Continue Reading →

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