An uncolored autumn

What kind of a weirdo goes out with a camera in the fall and comes back with black and white? Find out!

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Forest in repose

February, being cold, blizzardy, snowy and miserable I didn't get out much. March is different. I've been out a couple of times and look what I saw - Sunlight in the snowy forest can take on so many aspects. Shadows on smooth snow is one of the best though. This one is from the Pulpit... Continue Reading →

Kayaking season

Woo hoo! I can't believe I waited so long to buy a kayak. Seriously, I love it. On quiet water is such a wonderful place to be. I seek out less frequented ponds, lakes and rivers. Avoiding powerboats as much as possible. I like to slip into side channels or very shallow spots and await... Continue Reading →

A morning in Purgatory

There's a little spot of geography about 40 minutes west of my house that has created a whole bunch of waterfalls.  If you've been following the blog, you've seen them - Tucker Falls, Lower Purgatory Falls, Senter Falls and Garwin Falls most recently.  I think I've said that Purgatory brook has three sets of falls... Continue Reading →

The Elegance of the Forest

I've been doing a little winter hiking and snowshoeing lately so thought I'd share some shots. The forest is an amazing place to me in any season, but in winter it seems to be draped in finery. This first one I shot today while out in the afternoon.  Those shadows are hard to beat.  The... Continue Reading →

Massive Dynamic

Props to the writers of Fringe for the great company name.  I'm surprised it is still available for TV to use and I couldn't resist borrowing it for this series of photos.  I think it encapsulates the industrial authority of the bridge and the persistent ecology that it spans.  That being the Merrimack river. A... Continue Reading →

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