Brennan Falls Reserve

Recently a joint venture between the Piscataquog Land Conservancy and the Francestown Land Trust resulted in the acquisition of 149 acres of land under easement and protection from development. The official name is Diane and John R. Schott Brennan Falls Reserve, but I think folks will refer to it as The Brennan Falls Reserve or... Continue Reading →

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Pulpit Falls and the great light race

In the last couple of posts I talked about learning a hard lesson about light. That is not to fight it, but to work with it to make the best of my time and my photographs. Letting go of that perfect image you have in your head is hard. We go out trying to get... Continue Reading →

Go with the flow

Spring, spring, glorious spring. Yeah, I'm a bad blogger, I know. Honestly though, I hardly shot a thing all winter. Zero photos from March. Zero. So I'm making up for it. This is Chesterfield Gorge which is way the frig out in western NH...nearly Vermont. I'd been there in the mid-90s, but not since, but... Continue Reading →

Beyond Human Scale

One of the big reasons I wanted to go to Northern California is to experience the redwoods. Sure, I'd been in forests in Big Sur. Alfred Molera and Garapatta State Parks, but those groves, while precious, are small and made up of all new growth. I wanted the big forests and if I got lucky,... Continue Reading →

Pulpit Falls (finally!)

A while back, I can't say exactly when, I read about Pulpit Falls in Winchester NH. Being a lover of waterfalls I thought it would be cool to add them to my growing portfolio of images. Problem was that not many people had ever seen them or knew where they were. A few pictures came... Continue Reading →

After the rains

I took a day off this week to do some spring shooting. It ended up being a pretty perfect day. Overcast and not too hot and it didn't actually rain. It had just done though so the colors really popped. Yeah, I was pretty much surrounded by mosquitoes in the Musquash the whole time I... Continue Reading →

Best of 2012

Hello and welcome to my...what is this...the second or is it third? Well, whatever, welcome to my Best Images of the Year post. It was hell. Either I'm getting worse as a photographer or I'm just more picky about my images, but damn if it wasn't hard to compile my best shots this year. The... Continue Reading →

After the storm

After Hurricane Sandy blew into the area and filled up our smaller streams and rivers again, it was a perfect time to get out and see them. Some of them I'd just been to (Purgatory) and WOW, what a difference a storm makes. At the time it didn't seem like we got that much rain,... Continue Reading →

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