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Desert Visitor – me!

To many people the word desert conjures up images of dunes, rippling sand, cactus and brutal temperatures.  While some of that might be true, many deserts are far from that.  Their lushness and color just might surprise you.  Even though I've never lived near one, I've always loved the desert.  High desert especially.  That's one... Continue Reading →

Black and White Photography 101

The other day someone asked what made a good black and white photograph.  He went on to say that he only uses black and white processing when he’s trying to achieve an old photo look, but noticed when someone converted one of his color images to black and white it looked better because the distracting... Continue Reading →

OK, I shot

I can't help it.  Discouraged and in  my weird place I still had the urge to go out after a storm and take pictures of my front garden.  The process itself made me happy and that hasn't changed.     I basically just walked the driveway and the shoveled path and used the legacy OM... Continue Reading →

The Great Marsh

My husband is a runner and goes to races in the area.  Sometimes I go with him if there's something interesting to photograph in the vicinity.  On New Year's Day he went to Salisbury Massachusetts and so I went to walk the Old Eastern Marsh Trail that runs about a mile and a quarter.  I... Continue Reading →

Let’s do the Time Warp again!

Isn't it funny how time gets away from us when we're in the zone?  Most of the time it's when you think you've been crouched down photographing for just a few minutes, but really it's been an hour and your companions have deserted you in search of warmth, shelter or just something more interesting than... Continue Reading →

Dam the Poor River

On the way home from an appointment I took a rather long detour which brought me by the Hopkinton-Everett Dam.  It was built in the early 60s as part of a flood control measure.  In 1938 there was a powerful hurricane that caused immense damage and destruction.  The Piscataquog, like other rivers, overflowed its banks... Continue Reading →

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