Oct 192017
Dam Removal

Recently, I photographed the removal of the first of three earth and stone dams from the Hamant River in Sturbridge, MA. A project 7 years in planning is the result of collaboration between the town conservation commission, Massachusetts Fish & Game, and other groups. The restored free-flowing river will support the spawning of brook trout […]

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Jun 182017

I recently visited the factory of C.B. Fisk, makers of pipe organs in Gloucester, MA. A team of about twenty seven highly skilled craftspeople build instruments that are close relatives of the organs used by Bach in the 1700’s. Superficially, the workspaces resemble common machine shops and woodworking facilities, but there is more than meets […]

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Sep 082015
Covered Bridge

The Hemlock Bridge is a covered bridge in a rural part of Fryeburg, Maine. This past weekend I visited this iconic structure and learned about it from a local farmer. Built in 1857, it carries Hemlock Bridge Road over the Old Course Saco River, near the western shore of Kezar Lake.

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Sep 292014
Spiritual Cow Barn

Cow barn at the Appleton Farms & Grass Rides appears like a house of worship. The cows had gone for an afternoon walk. Ipswich, Massachusetts.

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Jun 232014
A Window In Time: New Salem, MA

About 20 years ago I was bicycling around the Quabbin Reservoir in central Massachusetts and stumbled across the tiny village of New Salem. I found a long town green lined with mature, old trees, surrounded by 18th and 19th century homes and buildings. There was no sign of a traffic light, convenience store, gas station, […]

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Apr 032014
Concrete Plant At Night

A concrete plant in Wakefield, MA casts ominous shadows at night. Perhaps it is from “The War of the Worlds.”

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Nov 172013
Moon Over Kate Spade

More evening work at a shopping center. I love the challenge of mixed lighting and long exposures.

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Nov 052013
Shopping Center At Dusk

After a full day of photographing the buildings and pedestrian byways of the new MarketStreet Lynnfield, I hoped to capture a definitive image of the new shopping center at dusk. Riding a scissor-lift up about 30 feet above the brick-paved square, I positioned my tripod and Nikon on the platform. I waited for the early […]

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