Mushroom walk

Collection of images from the mushroom walk hosted by the PLCH and the Nature Conservancy and featuring the expertise of mushroom enthusiast Reta McGregor.

Doing that thing I do

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 →

Moody mushrooms

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 →

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 →

Noticing the Unseen

Even though it's hunting season up here, I still get into the woods.  I feel a bit funny being so conspicuous in my blaze orange though.  So many times I've gone completely unnoticed by other folks.  Not when I'm on the trail or right next to it, but if I go off trail and am... Continue Reading →

With Unpredictable Results

Fall is one of the most productive...well, if I can call it that, times for me as a photographer.  There are so many things that catch my eye and the season is so volatile that there is a surprise almost every day.  Here's a few of my favorite catches. Early in October things are still... Continue Reading →

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