A little planning can go a long way for a great photo. Come along as I set off to photograph a spectacular sunset at Windmill Point in Hull, one of the few west-facing coastal locations in close proximity to Boston – with a view of the skyline to boot. … More Spoiled for Choice
Mr. Memory! I went out this morning for a sunrise shoot at the beach at Deer Island by Boston Harbor, a spot I’d scoped out the day before – one of the few in New England where you can do this type of photography, with misty ocean around wooden posts. I was there at 5.00am … More Bite Me!
Brrrr. It’s really cold right now in Massachusetts so that means a couple of things; keep the water trickling through the taps to avoid having a $500 plumber bill to replace burst pipes and more importantly some nice quiet, peaceful shooting time. Fortunately Santa knew exactly what to bring me so now I am wearing … More A Long Cold Snap in New England
I live in Arlington, MA, which is on the outskirts of Boston. Suburbia. Close by we have many lakes and ponds but there is one, Horn Pond, which seems to garner a lot of attention. Joggers in the morning, people taking elderly relatives out to see the ducks and geese and of course, photographers. Those … More Persistence and Serendipity
Yesterday morning was like a beginning scene out of Breaking Bad. Summer sunrises mean an early start so I was out by Lo Presti Park across the harbor from Boston at 4.30am. I noticed a skunk next to me frantically trying to get a plastic cup off its head, not something you see everyday. I … More Strange Morning