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On a recent outing the following lakeside location screamed ‘postcard’ to me. I couldn’t resist the scene at the risk of being ‘cliché’. The low sun lit up the shoreline and peak in a beautiful display of warm, golden light before disappearing behind the opposing ridge, making a wonderful end to the day.


I had the same title on a post last year at this time so I guess now it is tradition. In this scene I am reminded how I meant to get out there and photograph the ice more than I actually did. It seemed that every time it snowed the timing was not right or […]


Peaceful Pines

18Jan15

When it started snowing one morning a few weeks ago I headed out with my camera … to remedy my cabin fever if nothing else! I wasn’t sure exactly where I was going and traveled quite a few miles looking for something to call out to me. I checked out several of my usual spots […]


Happy Holidays!

23Dec14

 


I’ve finally processed favorite landscape images from my Cape Cod visit. The vegetation on the Cape was similar to New Jersey’s coastal regions but what impressed me most was the large and abundant dunes. They were pretty this time of year and when the sun peeked out from behind the clouds, the grasses lit up […]


Sounding like a travel log, perhaps too I often, I decided to write a haiku that describes how I felt while shooting at an old abandoned silk mill this past summer.  Writing a haiku can be fun because it doesn’t take much of a commitment to come up with one. They are comprised of 5 […]


While looking over some of my work from past months I noticed that grids have been showing up. (Just see the previous two posts!) Here’s another grid … a found still-life. I like the mystery of the numbers in this. What does “82” mean? And whose red shoes are those? Don’t ask me … because […]