Perception

Posted by on Jan 2, 2014 in Articles | 3 Comments

The house is quiet now, only the slow sleepy breathing of three black dogs stirs the air. Abe, my old lab, lies beside me on this dog hair-covered couch, his breathing uneven now but on pace with the dream-twitching of his back legs. We had a big walk in the snow today and his recovery […]

Creating Compositions

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Articles | No Comments
Creating Compositions

I’m out in Colorado again for my last trip of this winter. It’s been gorgeous so I’ve been out stomping around the woods on my snowshoes for fun and exercise. This time of year when the snow is heavy and soft walking through the thick snow requires considerable effort so I didn’t bring my adult […]

At it Again

Posted by on Feb 19, 2010 in Projects | No Comments
At it Again

Well, I’ve been at it again, chasing the weather in hopes of getting some wintery lobstering shots. Once again a storm was forecast to come up the coast and hit the Gulf of Maine. Not a big storm but big enough

Winter-Arrrggghhh!

Posted by on Feb 13, 2010 in Articles, Projects | No Comments
Winter-Arrrggghhh!

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.