This week, a narrative… Dagger-like icicles eventually covered the windows. By hour 36 she said I was pacing like a ‘caged animal.’ I called it ‘vigilance.’ You see -- the power had gone out here at the Ranch as it had for so many others in the North East. Our electric company reported over 100,000 … Continue reading Ever ready and prepared
Disclaimer. This post is about photography, not weaponry. You know that scene in the movie where the character that doesn’t usually have a weapon picks one up but hesitates? Instead of following through, pulling the trigger and saving the day, they wind up losing the gun to a villain. You look at the screen in … Continue reading Take the Shot!
There are a few shows on television where houses, cabins and barns are jacked up and moved, or dismantled, sold and rebuilt elsewhere. Usually this Catskills photographer says to himself ‘they never do that here.’ However, over the past few years I have seen a number of houses raised and either moved or set on … Continue reading Raise the Roof
This weekend I pointed a lens at the 7th Annual Snow Festival at the New York Power Authority’s Blenheim-Gilboa Visitor Center hosted in partnership with Mine Kill State Park. I may be a little older than the target market, but I’d hoped to find a few things of fancy to photograph. It was 47 degrees... … Continue reading Snow Festival Photography
We recently dropped a buddy off at a commuter train station – and a week later picked him up at another, neither locale was one I'd made the time to photograph. For the drop off, I’d planned to shoot around the Poughkeepsie Train Station. I’ve caught MetroNorth there a number of times. It’s a nice … Continue reading Consolation from Utica’s Union Station