Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’

This post features some snowy, winter landscapes, shot recently here and there, not too far from home. Getting out with my camera has been a saving grace during this time of safety and isolation. I watch the weather, think about where to go and then take my chances hoping my choice will offer favorable results. […]


Part III – Between Schroon Lake & Lake Placid Our first full day in the Adirondacks was spent around the Schroon Lake area. We woke before sunrise and just as our B&B host had warned us, it was foggy (before we explained to her that we ‘like’ fog). On this particular morning it was so […]


While thinking about the upcoming fall Catskill Photographers Weekend (October 12-14) I realized that I never posted photos from the past spring trip. Better late than never … below are a few favorites. I especially enjoyed photographing the early morning reflections on a pond filled with lily pads. While scouting I grabbed a quick shot […]


Misfits

24Jun12

In going through my Smoky Mountains images one last time I found a few stragglers I wanted to process. These ‘misfits’, that didn’t seem to go with my other posts conclude my series about the trip. The only thing missing from the 4 full days and 2 half days of dedicated shooting are some wildflower […]


As is my tradition each January, I have just finished posting some of my favorite images from last year in my 2011 GALLERY! My first selections included over 100 photographs but acting as my own juror, I edited the gallery down to 40. The images represent places near (Barnegat, Eastern State Penetentiary, Longwood, local scenes) […]


The Finale

10Sep11

Day Ten The last day had come. I was sad but tired too and ready to come home. In the morning we went to Salt Creek tidal area at low tide. Walking on the slippery and jagged rocks was an interesting experience. The starfish, urchins and anemones took the day off from posing and the […]