Birdsfoot Trefoil along the banks of the Ipswich River, North Reading, MA
Today, I ventured to Cape Ann hoping to make some interpretive wildflower photographs. These would be more more dreamy than some of my earlier work. One image here is unidentified. Can you help?
This was my first trip to Appleton Farms in Hamilton, MA in a couple of months and I was not disappointed. The rows of ancient oaks still line the entrance road, and over 300 years of farming history warm the shadows on an early spring afternoon.
On a perfect spring morning in the fishing village of Rockport on Cape Ann, Massachusetts, just a few lobster boats are moored in the calm harbor.
It was a perfect winter afternoon to search for photographs among the reddish granite boulders, fresh snow patches, and blue green waves, under the cobalt blue sky. Halibut Point in Rockport, MA is an elbow of land that juts out from Cape Ann. On a clear day like this one you can see stretches of the Massachusetts and New Hampshire coastlines and even a few islands in Down East Maine.
Sunday in Rockport, Massachusetts. Cape Ann is a year-round source of photographic subjects. I’m always on the lookout for interesting patterns and colors in the decaying maritime structures.
I’m very pleased to announce the publication of “My Corner of Massachusetts,” an 80 page, limited edition, fine art photography book. This 12 x 12 inch coffee table format book, includes images I’ve been making in the open spaces of Middlesex and Essex counties of Massachusetts.
When the bright yellow and red leaves of New England’s maples, birch, beech and oak have fallen, there is still plenty of color to photograph.
In the late summer woods of Eastern Massachusetts the trees themselves seem to be enjoying the last days of greenery.