On the first day during my photography trip to Vermont I had wanted to find Northfield Falls. I’d seen a couple of shots of these waterfalls online, but not many, so I wanted to try for myself. I used Google maps to try to find them but it led me to the middle of a … More Northfield Falls
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!
Well, it’s lupine season again at Sugar Hill in New Hampshire which means the beginning of the Lupine Festival. Last year was my rookie year as a landscape photographer looking to capture this charming New England event, so I ended up with a load of ticks making my acquaintance after being in the lupine fields. … More Galactic Lupines
It’s been a while since my last blog (or confession) as life throws out those ugly curve-balls. Like cancer. My wife (best friend and soulmate) was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer which was a devastating blow. But she is very strong and has faced this with the determination she typically has. Feeling pretty helpless and … More You Can’t Always Get What You Want
It’s a snow day in Boston. I’m looking out of the window and there is a blizzard with 18inches of snow on the way. I always wonder how to get out from the house to capture nice scenes before the places are trampled. Yesterday, however, the temperatures rose to a balmy 20F so I got … More West Beach in Winter