Another year comes to a close. It's only natural to look back at my photographic efforts of the last twelve months. My focus here will be on my successes. Those rare instances when I get it right - in my opinion, of course. This past year was a busy one with lots of travel. A late summer trip to Europe, winter in Key West, Florida and three trips to the Maine Coast. Mix in several trips to other New England...
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Like countless others on the internet its time for me to pick my personal favorite 2017 images. Thousands of photos spanning all four seasons with one simple goal - to find my favorite photos. The criteria for selection is simple, it has to be one of my favorites. Picking a personal favorite can happen a number of ways, a fond memory of the excursion or location. An image need not be perfect (or even good) for inclusion. Even technical problems or a...Read more
This week started with the completion of the West Virginia trip. The trip was a bust for evening and morning light but provided excellent conditions for waterfalls and other landscape opportunities. One of those "other" landscape opportunities was a foggy trip on to the Dolly Sods Wildness in the Monongahela National Forest. The original plan was to head up to the top for sunrise images. Half way up it because apparent that the fog was just not going to let that happen....Read more
This week I attended a photographic workshop in the Blackwater State Park and Canaan River Valley region of West Virginia. The Mountain landscape in this part of West Virginia is abundant with wooded waterfalls and beautiful vistas. The workshop was lead by Joseph Rossbach though Adventures in Light Workshops . The weather for the four day workshop was conducive to stream and waterfall photography, but we were skunked on morning and evening light for the vistas. So waterfalls it was. We...Read more
Spring is in full swing on Long Island. All the colors of Spring are in full display. One of my favorite spots for every season here on Long Island is Caumsett State Park on Llyods Neck in Huntington. The heavily forested coastal park was once the estate of Marshall Fields III and is beautifully situated high above the Long Island Sound. There are countless wooded trails that all eventually lead to coastal beaches, salt marshes, and cliffs. The park is home to...Read more
Second and third week of April have been busy. The Eater Holiday and a trip to Bermuda. This post I will include two images to make up for this time period. Both will be from Bermuda. This is my first ever trip to Bermuda. My cameras of Choice was the Fujifilm X-T2 and the X100T. One wide angle lens (10-24mm), one telephone (18 - 135 mm) and one prime 35mm f2. This is my small easy to travel on a plane kit....Read more