The other day I was going through my catalog of photographs and all the projects I have completed through 2014. It was a very good year and it was a lot of fun reminiscing about the days I was out shooting for specific projects. I created a video highlighting a broad mix of my work […]
Halloween is my favorite holiday. It’s an opportunity to just dress up, have some fun, and go to the Ghost Encounters event at Canterbury Shaker Village. The photo opps during the event are really cool, too. The light at this time of year allows you to capture some interesting effects. Below is an example of […]
The Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshires’s state symbol, fell on May 3, 2003. But if you look closely as you hike through the white mountains you will find he is still there; his ghostly profile and legacy are preserved deep in the granite rocks and the old growth trees.
There are no secrets in winter. After a brief but heavy snow shower this morning I went for walk in the woods. This time of year it is a treat to get a fresh dusting of fluffy snow for wildlife tracking. The cold night made the snow hard like ice after a heavy thaw yesterday. […]
It has been the best winter for tracking. And I think I may be all alone in this sentiment, but honestly, I am going to miss winter. Snowshoe Hare tracks in snow – the last documentation Yes, it was very cold and icy, but we also had great snowfalls, mostly light and fluffy. Shortly after the […]
I always have a camera with me. In a previous post “Is the iPhone as good as a Pro Level DSLR” I talked about this difference between capturing the moment with professional gear versus an iPhone. In this case, I was glad I had my phone with me. I had just stepped out of my […]
January 2014 Update: See more of my photo story collaboration with writer, Bill Burke.in the January, 2014 issue of New Hampshire Magazine “Pond Hockey History and Tournaments in New Hampshire”. It’s Valentine’s Day, a day to celebrate love. Most of us think of love meaning we need to buy chocolate and flowers for those we […]