Sometimes the most iconic images can be found right at home. Good for the Lazy Photographer in all of us.
I don't know what's wrong with me that I just don't finish processing stuff before posting. I'm a nut. These are from the Mt. Foss sunset session. By now you know I have a fern habit and when I saw these I knew I had to try to work with them. I'm not 100% sold... Continue Reading →
Hey all. I haven't posted in a while, but today I'm back with some shots from last weekend when my husband and I flew to Ohio to spend a weekend with some friends. It wasn't a photography trip per se, but I did shoot a little bit. We visited Killbuck Marsh which is a very... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
From time to time I go meet up with a few other local photographers. We are all part of the same flickr group and it's pretty much the same core of people who go to them. We usually try for a sunrise. Winter shooting seems far more popular. Probably because sunrise is at 7am instead... Continue Reading →
Part of the joy of shooting in the winter in New England is dealing with the cold. Mostly it's just a matter of the right clothing, but a photographer lives and dies by her eyes and her hands and it's the hands that suffer most. I think I need to get some of those pocket... Continue Reading →
This time an old quarry up in the White Mountains in North Conway. It was collectively known as the Redstone Quarry and had several faces and cutting operations. The area is huge and I needed many more hours to shoot there to get all of it. Up until the late 1940s it was an active... Continue Reading →