New views, old views and a couple of surprises.
I'm sure you noticed something new with my Lassen posts. Video! Yeah. I've only had the GH3 for 5 years and this is the first you've seen video from me. Crazy, right? I agree. So what was the hold up? Well, it was a combination of two things. First was remembering that I had video... Continue Reading →
In the last couple of posts I talked about learning a hard lesson about light. That is not to fight it, but to work with it to make the best of my time and my photographs. Letting go of that perfect image you have in your head is hard. We go out trying to get... Continue Reading →
A while back, I can't say exactly when, I read about Pulpit Falls in Winchester NH. Being a lover of waterfalls I thought it would be cool to add them to my growing portfolio of images. Problem was that not many people had ever seen them or knew where they were. A few pictures came... Continue Reading →
Yesterday, I went to find an elusive waterfall. I'd heard of it somehow over the last couple years and found a few old photographs on the web (none newer than the 1990s), but it seemed not too many people either heard of it or much less had seen it. Armed with purported GPS coordinates and... 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 →
No matter what Egon says, I crossed. Cold Brook was running very low. I've posted about Senter Falls since I've shot there a few times - here and here and here and here. Boy, I guess I go there a lot, huh? They're always beautiful even when the water is minimal which it was the other day and... Continue Reading →