Alien Landscapes…

January 15, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
I like to have a camera with me almost all of the time, simply because you never know what you’re going to see! Last weekend I took Molly (the 11 year old puppy) for a walk on the Norwottuck Rail Trail in Amherst, and I took my Nikon with me. The Rail Trail is a great place for color photography in the fall, and can provide some wildlife opportunit...
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“Seeing” Boston for the first time…

December 05, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
I was born in Boston, spent the first seven years of my life there, and spent the rest of my school years in one of her suburbs. I spent many nights in Boston when I was in college, although this isn’t the place to talk about those nights. I worked in a Boston warehouse for a year and spent summers and vacations working at a humane society in the c...
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Sometimes you just gotta let go…

October 25, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
There are times that I plan out the shot I want, and there are others where I just let it happen. Sometimes the photos where I just let the camera do the work turn out to be quite spectacular, even if they’re not what I expected to see. The camera did it’s job! Take this shot, for example. I was walking along a recreational trail, when I spied so...
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Christine and I…

October 11, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
As I almost always have the camera in my hand, I don’t get as many pictures of Christine and myself as I’d like. Although there’s usually someone willing to take my camera in hand and point it at us, there are fewer that are comfortable even holding it, and to be honest about it, I’m also very protective of my equipment. So….I take our picture mor...
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Low light…Looooong exposure…

October 03, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
It’s amazing what my camera picks up. Sometimes it’s planned well ahead of time, with a pretty good idea of what the end product will be. But at other times, you just don’t know until the camera’s finished processing the available light. That’s what it’s all about, the available light. Everthing the camera does, and everything you do with the came...
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