Be the light. Continue reading Tiny Planets
Infrared photography is another way of “seeing” what our eyes are unable to.
Continue reading The Infrared Zone
There is something innately satisfying about conveying information about something you love. You get to pontificate in detail about a subject that you fiercely adore. There are many facets of enjoyment in sharing what you love to others. You may … Continue reading Circles
Last shot of the Milky Way for this season. Continue reading Ciao, Galactic Core
Photographers tend to be solitary beasts. They roam around with their cameras, in their bubble, looking for the moment to freeze. I went on a KelbyOne photo walk this past weekend. Although it was a group of 30+ photographers navigating … Continue reading Photographer Bubbles
I’ve been working on refining my time-lapse work. Time-lapse can be a challenge to shoot, especially at night when various transient elements can blow your exposure out of the water and ultimately mess up the works. I was shooting a … Continue reading Tripping the Clouds Fantastic
I look for serenity. More often than not it is transient and short lived. I had the pleasure of shooting this old farm located southwest of Boston. Serenity should be its name, although it is called Foxfire Farm. #farm #nikon … Continue reading Serenity