What kind of a weirdo goes out with a camera in the fall and comes back with black and white? Find out!
Do you always use long exposure for moving water photos? Sometimes a faster shutter speed is a better approach.
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 →
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 →
Crazy, huh? Spring is so...springy. The two Ws are just irresistible - wildflowers and waterfalls. I've shot these particular falls before, but after a big storm knocked branches and whole trees down so the cascades were a mess. When I saw fellow photographer Jeff Newcomer's recent post about Garwin falls, I saw they were clear... Continue Reading →
The Piscataquog is my favorite river. I know, weird, huh? It's an important waterway not only for people, but for many animals and plants that thrive in the ancient glacial habitats along its course. It has 3 branches (north, middle and south), runs for 57 miles with little interruption and its name translates from a... Continue Reading →
Because the forecast called for overcast skies with a minimal chance of rain, I decided to take a ride over to one of my favorite little conservation areas to see if the brook was flowing and if there might be any wildflowers about. Pulpit Rock is about 20 minutes away and, while small, gave me... Continue Reading →