Northfield Falls

On the first day during my trip to Vermont I had wanted to find Northfield Falls.  I’d seen a couple of shots of these falls online, but not many, so I wanted to try for myself.  I used Google maps to try to find them but it led me to the middle of a street, … More Northfield Falls

Snow Hunting

As far as photography goes this has been a pretty lousy winter in Massachusetts so far.  Having the need to scratch the itch I have been scouting other areas in the Northeast where there may be some snow opportunities.  Bingo! Last week there was a snowstorm forecast in Vermont so I made some last minute … More Snow Hunting

Galactic Lupines

Well, it’s lupine season again at Sugar Hill in New Hampshire which means the beginning of the Lupine Festival.  Last year was my rookie year so I ended up with a load of ticks making my acquaintance after being in the lupine fields.  This year I was equipped with permethrin treated clothes to repel the … More Galactic Lupines

Flare Battle

Hi there!  Last night I really wanted to get out and take some shots at sunset.  There is snow everywhere and is bitterly cold in Massachusetts but I was ready to get some fresh air having been cooped up all day.  All the lakes are frozen and covered in snow which makes for less impressive … More Flare Battle

Maine Event

I’ve seen so many great photos of Portland Head lighthouse in Maine so I took the opportunity of leaving a day early before the Out of Acadia workshop started to visit.  I arrived in the day with a clear blue sky with no clouds likely for sunset. I took a lot of shots, capturing the … More Maine Event

Acadian Rhythm

At the beginning of October I went on a very different workshop called Out of Acadia (organized by the group originating in the Windy City, called Out of Chicago).  This was a huge group of photographers (about 100) and several famous instructors including Thomas Heaton, Nick Page, Bryan Peterson and Erin Babnik to name a … More Acadian Rhythm