I know I have said and written about this many, many times in the past but it is worth repeating. Not because you all don’t understand it but because just like me we often get distracted and conveniently forget about it. What am I talking about? Light, Baby! It’s all about light
So I have officially given up on winter this winter. There might be winter this spring or winter this fall but last winter was a lost winter with no winter to speak of so I have turned toward spring and but the winter of no winter away. This hasn’t been a particularly difficult thing for […]
You would think that after two mostly unsuccessful times chasing winter storms on the coast of Maine that I would have had enough. This winter is not winter on the coast. The Maine coast was stuck in November until January and now it jumped ahead and is stuck in March. Either way the result is the same- cold, dreary, wet and no snow. All in all the perfect mix for miserable photography.
What this means for the Lobstering Life book project is that it is very hard to get winter lobstering shots or I should say wintery looking shots. Wintery shots require snow on the ground at the very least and snow in the trees at the very best. Without snow the photographs look like a very dreary day in November or April.