Posts Tagged ‘historic’

Side-tracked with autumn images I had forgotten some of these, just waiting in the wings. Once I process images I like to gather them into sets and post them here on my photo blog. It’s one of the ways I archive my work. I can look back and see what I’ve done. Just some of […]


Since my last few posts have highlighted landscape photography I thought I would share a bit of visual history this time around. When a photographer friend came to visit earlier this month I took her on the ‘tour’. We visited many of my favorite local spots which included several old structures leftover from the wild […]


A second trip to the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum in Lambertville, NJ turned out even more fun than the first. This time I gathered a group of 20 photo friends and made arrangements for the shoot. We had special permission to use our tripods which is key here. Many of the subjects are in low light, […]


The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is loaded with historic structures; mills, barns, schoolrooms, churches and many cabins. It was both interesting and a fun exercise to stop at each site and create some compositions. Even though the light was not always ideal, I tried to make the best of things, worked the scenes and […]


Have we had enough snow for one season? Here in New Jersey this year we have set a new record with snowfall amounts of 70 plus inches … so far. With the last storm I figured I should take advantage of the situation and get out there while the snow was still clinging to the […]


Like many photographers I am drawn to windows and doors as a photographic subject. After reviewing some images I took this week I thought about how they have been a strong recurring theme in my work. In March of last year I wrote about windows in my post, ‘Exploring Themes’ and I recall that my […]