I continue my love affair with tree silhouettes. Here is a sublime sunset in Hamilton, Massachusetts
In 2002 I was making most of my landscape photographs with a Toyo Field 4×5 view camera.Here is one of my favorite images from those days. Alas, I have not used the view camera in many years; the purchase of my first digital camera — a Nikon D70 — put an end to that. But, one of these days I’m going to unpack the old camera. I miss the slow deliberate pace of adjusting the tilts and swings of the camera movements. I don’t miss waiting days to see my work on the developed sheets of film.
This photograph is available as an exhibition-quality fine art print and licensed for commercial use.
This afternoon my daughter and I met several turkeys during a walk in Lincoln, Massachusetts. While I was photographing the large ungainly birds a woman passing by said, “Aren’t they beautiful, look at all the colors?” In contrast, Molly said, “It looks like you can see their brains.” What do you think?
This afternoon I led a photo walk at the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield. This image called “Mozell’s Water Lilies” is at the Rockery Pond. We were entertained by a beaver who swam repeatedly around a giant snapping turtle — whacking his tail, while the turtle spun around in the water as if struggling with its dinner. Quite a show