The celebration of the New Year is an arbitrary event in the grand scheme, but one that has taken on great cultural importance as a moment of pause, reflection and revision. We can bid farewell, or Continue Reading
Until this winter, I had never seen a snowy owl. These large, beautiful birds live in the far arctic regions of Canada, and only come down to this area in rare winters, so it's not surprising that Continue Reading
Winter in New England conjures up romanticized scenes of perfect light snowfalls coating the trees, with a red barn and stone walls and large fields of unspoiled snow. Maybe a small stream runs Continue Reading
We've reached the end of 2010 and that means a look back at the year in photography.
This year, I set out some goals at the beginning of the year for myself, and for the most part, I'm pretty Continue Reading
I mentioned in the last blog post that it would be difficult for me to get out much during the month of June, as a few good friends are getting married, and the camera would be fairly stagnant. That Continue Reading
Well, it's good to be back at my computer after a prolonged power outage last week. The remainder of vacation week did not allow me to accomplish many of my shooting goals, as the weather really Continue Reading
On this snowy morning, I figured I should take a few moments to reflect on my year in photography.
I am fortunate to live within an easy drive of some of New England's most beautiful places, and Continue Reading