A wintery walk beside Ripley creek with a few tips and techniques for winter stream work.
This year has been one of seriously heavy rain here in New England. Luckily where I live we escaped serious flooding, but still our rivers, brooks and streams are very high. Good for one thing - waterfalls!! Recently I took a good friend of mine to see some near me and got some decent shots.... Continue Reading →
So after the relatively bug-free California environment I get back up here and am basically in a cloud of mosquitoes every time I set foot out of the house. This time of year being a woodland photographer really sucks. Literally. Between the mosquitoes and the ticks I'm down a pint. No. Not really. But they... Continue Reading →
The nice thing about shooting my local area is that I can have do-overs. My friend and fellow photographer Jeff and I have had conversations about this and although I stress over choking on vacation shoots, I don't worry so much about local stuff. I'm not going to steal Jeff's thunder with this post since... Continue Reading →