Collection of images from the mushroom walk hosted by the PLCH and the Nature Conservancy and featuring the expertise of mushroom enthusiast Reta McGregor.
It's the year for arriving late to the pinesap party. After years of looking for this unusual flower I found the mother lode in Weare, NH. OMG they were everywhere, but just past their full bloom stage. Darn it. You can bet I won't be late next year.
More from the yard. Everything was shot with the legacy OM 90mm f2 macro except for the amanita. My husband is used to it by now. If I see something, I can't sit still until I shoot it. Sometimes just a new idea about how to shoot something will obsess me until I do it.... Continue Reading →
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 →
Hi peeps. It's me. The phantom photographer. Funny how working full-time makes it hard to get out and shoot. I can't just stop and go out when the light is nice. I can't cancel meetings because it's suddenly overcast and I could go to a waterfall. Even if I do have intentions of going out... Continue Reading →
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 →
Yeah, fall is supposed to be all about the foliage, but I always like to buck a trend. Mushrooms offer endless subjects these days and hiking with me is basically an exercise in watching me put the camera on the beanbag and shoot another one. Since I always use natural light, sometimes I have to... Continue Reading →
By now you must know how much I love indian pipe wildflowers and how even though my original project was for one season, I still shoot them almost every time I see them. Usually they bloom in June and sometimes spill over into July. But October? October?! Psyche!! Yes, I did place one of those... Continue Reading →