Finding my feet during my first Wisconsin fall. It was overwhelming, but leaving behind my preconceived ideas helped me really see.
Didn't find that perfect autumn scene? Neither did I, but I have some ideas on how to get meaningful fall images without foliage.
Seeing beyond my expectations - how a New Hampshire photographer adapts to Wisconsin.
Photographing a popular place? Some thoughts on discovering what's distinctive about your time there and finding a new angle on an old scene.
I thought it would be my last kayak outing of the year, but it turned out not to be. It might not even stay the penultimate paddle, but I like the alliteration so it's staying. These are my rules, I make 'em up. Last year I don't think I did much in the way of foliage... Continue Reading →
Every once in a while I do go somewhere besides the woods. Because I'm in New England that doesn't leave a lot of somewhere else. No desert. No badlands. No canyons. No sweeping steppes. We do have coastline though and so I'll make the trek. This time to Plum Island which is the home of... Continue Reading →
When it threatens rain, I head to a brook to see what I can do with it. Sometimes I get lucky and it doesn't rain, other times I don't and I get wet. One of these days I'd like to have a weatherproof camera. My main lens is weatherproof, but not the E-30, and while... Continue Reading →