Thoughts on using processing techniques to enhance reality or alter moods. And ice. Lots and lots of ice.
The tail end of winter still holds some beauty, I just had to look for it. These first two are details of a beaver pond in the woods that appeared to be new. These bushes were still alive, albeit dormant for the season. I loved the patterns the ice made while it was thawing. All... Continue Reading →
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 →
Well 2010 is on its way out. I can hardly believe I had such a successful photography year and I can only wonder what the next one will bring. Thanks to everyone who stopped by, commented or even subscribed to this blog. Here's the latest batch of photos and probably the last of the year. ... Continue Reading →
Stretch your creative side by picking up gear you seldom use. And again, the importance of looking back.
I'm not a morning person, but for good light I can make exceptions. Yesterday we had fresh snow for the first time in a month and I just had to go out and play. It was wonderful. Crisp. Quiet. Shining. Here's how it went - Soft light brings out the sparkles in the snow -... Continue Reading →