Allagash-August, 2021

August 21, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
I recently spent a week paddling the Allagash River in Maine with a group of photographers and came back with very few photos that I love. From a photography perspective it was an opportunity to slow down and immerse oneself in the daily flow of the waterway activities. While it certainly made for a good plan, the hours spent paddling, setting up c...
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Emerging and pandemic

April 17, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
A year ago, we hunkered down to weather a pandemic. The isolation, heartache and fear building with each day. We learned to wear masks, practice constant disinfection of our homes and hands as we avoided and washed away the virus that was unseen and not understood. Purchasing food now involved following arrows on the floor of the store to allow for...
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Ordinary and expected

January 28, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
I drive by this barn almost daily and every time the weathering of this structure calls out to me. You can see where the direction of the wind has taken its toll on the barn boards and the many times it has been patched here and there. The barn doors have been closed for a long time now, but I imagine busier times on this property when those doos s...
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Hard water fishing in the Upper Valley

January 21, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
As the frigid temperatures descend upon the Connecticut River Valley area in New Hampshire and Vermont, anglers take to the plentiful lakes, rivers, and ponds to try their luck at ice fishing. As first light appears you will find anglers making their way onto the ice to drill holes in hopes of catching a fish that is worthy of bragging rights or at...
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Waterfall hiking-January 10, 2021

January 10, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Took a treacherous hike today to find a waterfall. Had a little bit of everything, ice, wind, hard packed snow, vertical ascent, vertical descent, animal tracks galore, hikers with golf clubs (yeap, that is not an error), but it was all soon forgotten when the camera came out. Why photographers do these types of journeys into the thick of the woods...
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