In case you missed last night’s full “super” moon. Here it is sailing past a church steeple by Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield, MA. Our natural satellite appears larger today because it is closer to planet earth than usual.
Filmed with an EyePhone 5s, edited in EyeMovie, at the Appleton Farms & Grass Rides in Hamilton, MA during a run in the early evening today. Please set your viewer to HD and full screen.
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? Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool.