Autumnal Indian Pipe

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 →

More Mushroom Madness

Lately I have been a bit starved for inspiration. The same-old-same-old just isn't doing it for me. As a result, I shoot less. I'm not bothered by this. Ups and downs are part of my normal. When I do go in the woods I just can't see if you know what I mean. I think... Continue Reading →

Mushroom Madness

It's raining now and probably will for most of the week. That means more mushrooms, but it's not like we have a shortage now.   All were shot with the OM 90mm. I don't know what I'd do without that lens.  

I do sweat the small stuff

and you should know that by now.  Here's a group of tiny things that have found themselves in front of my lens. oh and something a little different, from Ryan and Wood Distillery, based in Gloucester, MA. Haven't been shooting so much as last year, but I am going to California in September and so... Continue Reading →

It is upon us

or perhaps at our feet. Mushroom season of course.  This year with a lot less rain, there will probably be a lot fewer 'shrooms about, but those that are are rarin' to go. I shot a few in full shade, but they are so flat and lifeless compared to this shot with the sun lighting... Continue Reading →

Make Me Blush

The day of my epic face-plant yielded another present that I would have definitely missed had I gone home.  All three of you that read this thing know that I had (have) a mini-project (obsession) going with Indian pipe flowers.  I don't know what it is about these luminous beauties, but I am so drawn... Continue Reading →

Wildflower Roundup

As these are pretty common flowers (apart from the columbine, which I shot a few weeks ago) I'm not including them in the elusive category.  Popular and ubiquitous or not though, I can't resist them. Wait!!! How did that last one get in there?? Heh.

Elusive Wildflowers Part 2 – Bloodroot

My photographic journey with this flower has been an interesting one. Despite the long hours I spend in the woods and my quest for wildflowers to photograph, I'd never seen these beauties except in the photographs of others.  A photographer acquaintance of mine even refused to disclose the location of the flowers a couple years... Continue Reading →

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