A wintery walk beside Ripley creek with a few tips and techniques for winter stream work.
Photographing a popular place? Some thoughts on discovering what's distinctive about your time there and finding a new angle on an old scene.
Recently a joint venture between the Piscataquog Land Conservancy and the Francestown Land Trust resulted in the acquisition of 149 acres of land under easement and protection from development. The official name is Diane and John R. Schott Brennan Falls Reserve, but I think folks will refer to it as The Brennan Falls Reserve or... Continue Reading →
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 →
On the same day I visited Pulpit falls (from my last post) I went to Fay Falls in Walpole. It's a haul for me to trek all the way over there, so a two-for-one was definitely the plan. It meant I couldn't really explore much beyond the falls, but at least I know where they... 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 →
When some local photographers wanted to get together for a meetup at Garwin Falls, I was all over it. Garwin is one of my favorite spots and I'd never met any of the folks who were going. An old friend and new friends; how could I say no? The organizer had scouted the falls a... Continue Reading →
When it threatens rain, I head to a brook to see what I can do with it. Sometimes I get lucky and it doesn't rain, other times I don't and I get wet. One of these days I'd like to have a weatherproof camera. My main lens is weatherproof, but not the E-30, and while... Continue Reading →