Rowboat on Salt Pond

GPS: 41°50’05.60” N 69°58’23.85” W SALT POND Salt Pond is located in Eastham, Massachusetts. It’s actually a “kettle pond”, which means a depression in the earth created when the glaciers of the last ice age receded some 18,000 years ago. It was originally a freshwater pond, but over time, the ocean broke through the barrier, […]

Nauset Lighthouse

GPS: 41°51’36.58” N 69°57’10.42” W EASTHAM Eastham is located in Barnstable County on Cape Cod, with a population of around 5,000 residents. The area was originally settled by the Nauset tribe, which explains why the name Nauset appears frequently in both business and place names around the area. The town is discussed in some detail in […]

2018 In Review

Once more, I find myself in a humble place looking back at my photos with a critical eye. For some of us, year end is a time of reckoning when we pause to ask ourselves some tough questions. What have I accomplished in the last year? How can I improve my craft? Where should I […]

Greenland Pictorial

Introduction I traveled to western Greenland with friends back in July. Since Greenland is such a wild and remote place, I thought I’d write a retrospective article to relate my experience, along with plenty of pictures. The main purpose of the trip was to photograph the icebergs in Disko Bay, but I learned much about […]

Swift River Covered Bridge

GPS: 43°59’05.46” N 71°07’09.86” W CONWAY If you live in New England, you probably already know that Conway serves as a gateway to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. From summer through autumn, this town of 10,000 residents experiences a huge influx of visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy the mountains. […]

Lupines at Sugar Hill

GPS: 44°12’58.92” N 71°47’02.46” W SUGAR HILL Sugar Hill is a small town with a population of under 600 year-round residents. It’s located high up in Grafton County, overlooking the White Mountain National Forest, with memorable views of several mountain ranges. Its name comes from the large groves of sugar maples in the area. The town […]

Windows on Europe

I call them Portals on my website. Not the nerdy type that has to do with the Internet, but the visual kind involving pretty doors and windows. My fascination with entryways began years ago on trips to Europe. In the crowded alleys and streets of villages throughout France and Italy (to mention a few), the narrow […]

Marshall Point Light

GPS: 43°55’02.66” N 69°15’40.47” W PORT CLYDE Port Clyde is a picturesque fishing village on the tip of St. George Peninsula in central Maine. In the early years, it was a busy port with granite quarries, tide mills for sawing timber, shipbuilding, and fish canning businesses. By the 20th century, it was also attracting artists […]

Lofoten Islands

NORWAY I can’t get Norway out of my head. I’ve been there four times to photograph, in addition to visiting with family members. And still, I want to revisit the region who’s people and landscape I’ve come to admire. This land of the Vikings shares a border with Sweden, Finland, and Russia, comprising the western part […]

Boston Skyline

BOSTON If you live in New England, you probably already know much about the city of Boston. As the capital city of Massachusetts, it’s the most populated city in both Massachusetts and in all of New England. It’s also one of the oldest cities in the country, founded in 1630 by those strict Puritan settlers […]

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