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A Major Sunrise

Not long ago, Jeff Sinon tweeted that he was going to hike up Mt. Major to photograph the sunrise over Lake Winnipesaukee and would anyone want to join him. It had been too long since we shot together and my husband and I are always up for adventure, so I tweeted back that we'd be... Continue Reading →

The best laid plans

to paraphrase Robert Burns.  Sorry, Bob. With all the tools at our disposal now like Photographer's Ephemeris and just plain Google maps, we can really get a handle on a location, the light and how best to showcase both.  In our minds we envision the photographs we want to take.  We move the pin all... Continue Reading →

Do you fuel your fire?

Do you fuel your fire or let it go out? Today I went with a friend to shoot the sunrise.  I know this lake fairly well and know how few places there are with compelling or even just plain usable foreground elements.  It's always a tough shoot unless you have a lot of time or... Continue Reading →

Daybreak

Here's some early shots from the last week or so.  I don't know w hat got into me. Adams pond and the whole world lit up pink the other day, it was so peaceful and fresh.  I could smell the apples from the orchard nearby, too. and less than an hour later it looked like... Continue Reading →

The Birth and Death of a Day

My eyes aren't always turned downwards, finding tiny details to show to the rest of the world.  No, sometimes I pretend I'm a landscape photographer.  Here are a sunrise at the coast and a sunset at a lake.  Unfortunately there were no clouds in the sky for the sunrise, but when I saw the clouds... Continue Reading →

The Power of Scouting

Up until recently, I've been a catch-as-catch-can type of photographer.  If I was going somewhere, I took my camera and tried for photos as I went.  Rarely did I return to a location to do better or capture a different aspect of the place.  Now though, I understand what scouting a location can do.  Remember... Continue Reading →

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