A freshwater pond in Manchester-by-the-Sea is flooded with seawater from nearby Kettle Cove on a late winter afternoon. Four separate exposures combined to render an image closest to what I saw.
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Lou Jones, esteemed Boston-based photographer
January 21, 7PM: A Lecture Series on Innovation in Contemporary Photography.
Jones has been awarded Travel Photographer of the Year by the International Photographic Council (United Nations). Nikon recognizes Jones as a “Legend Behind the Lens” and Lowepro has honored him as a “Champion”.for his photography, Jones helped found the school Center for Digital Imaging Arts of Boston University and conceived the prestigious Griffin Museum’s annual Focus Awards. Continue reading
The leaves are now gone and the Concord River flows slowly through Massachusetts on its way to the sea.
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I live 3 miles from Lake Quannapowitt, where maples, apple trees, and birches are hitting their peak color for the season.
Photo Contest 2015 Photo Contest – Capture the Spirit of Essex County, Massachusetts
All photographers are welcome to submit images to the 2015 Essex Heritage Photo Contest that capture the unique character of the Essex National Heritage Area (Essex County) or speak to Essex Heritage’s role in preserving the historic, cultural, and natural places of Essex County. Photographs must be taken within the Essex National Heritage Area (Essex County) and represent one of the three Contest categories listed below. Please read the complete Rules & Requirements and send in an Entry Form for your chance to win! All entries must be postmarked by Monday, December 1, 2015.
Today, Molly and I celebrated her 14th birthday, a few days ahead of time, with a whale watch out of Gloucester, MA. We booked passage for the 5 hour journey on the Miss Cape Ann, operated by Captain Bill & Sons. We met about 10 Humpbacks, one shark, and numerous sea birds on the 60 mile round-trip excursion to the fertile Stellwagon Bank Marine Sanctuary. The on-board naturalist from The Blue Ocean Society knew each and every one of the whales by name, identified by the patterns on their flukes.
Whales swam blithely under our large boat, and a whale mother and child exhibited their nursing skills without a care in the world