I learned the other day that there is actually a time when it is possible to have too much of a good thing. I never would’ve though this was possible- all the other good things in my life I can’t get enough of but yesterday things changed. This last week we have had a series […]
Here is what happens on the Bromley farm when we get lots and lots of snow followed by a day or two above freezing. This is the side (an alcove) of the horse barn- what is called the calf barn- where the new calves are kept during the cold months. When the snow slowly crept […]
Back to one of my favorite topics- the advantages of photographing locally. This morning, after being in Danby for 10 years, I finally got the chance to take some pictures in the local marble quarry. While most people don’t know anything about this quarry, it is a big deal here in town. The quarry produces […]
Just got back from a quick trip to Death Valley National Park to try to get some of the shots that I saw during my workshop there in November but because I don’t photograph while teaching I never got. Trips like this for me don’t usually work out- the old saying ‘You can never go back again’- is usually true for me. But this time it did work out and I got just the shots I wanted of the dunes.
Greetings Everyone! February here in Vermont and it is as wintery as I have ever seen it. Since the middle of December there has been a steady parade of big winter storms and they have all been snow, snow and snow. No January thaw this year and it doesn’t look like the pattern is going […]