In March I photographed a 70th Birthday/Family Reunion but I won’t be sharing selections from that session here. Generally, Orthodox families are a bit private by nature, and I don’t get to share too many of those photos widely. Nonetheless, I’m glad to be chosen to capture those memories, and always feel incredibly welcome when … Continue reading Inspiration? Sometimes You Have to Search For It.
Can’t help myself sometimes, I see a bit of rust and I smile. I love the earthy colors, the evolution of metal from black or grey to burnt sienna, red and orange. Funny thing is, I didn’t always like this near-orange color. Half a lifetime ago, a girlfriend in grad school worked up her masters … Continue reading Rust and Dust… and Paint
Years ago I worked part-time projectionist at the Windham Theater. I began when the system was still 35 mm film, and left soon after the switch to digital projection. The job was more ticket sales, concession staffing and cleanup than anything else – but I enjoyed it for a time. Small-town theater, small staff, diverse … Continue reading Don’t Mind Me, I’m Just the Photographer…
OK, so this one really is a creature. BUT Holy crap, there’s no wonder they call these things dragonflies. I hear these good ol’ boys eat mosquitoes, deer flies – all sorts of baddies. They’re big enough to spook you, but remember they are our friends! In case you missed them, take a look at … Continue reading Creature Feature Part 4 of 4
This elusive double-headed bat thing was hard to photograph. I tried it from several angles and elevations. Got me thinking, a lot of construction equipment resembles creatures. Makes me want to watch some crusty old Bela Lugosi movies. In case you missed them, take a look at Creature Feature Part 1, and Creature feature Part … Continue reading Creature Feature Part 3 of 4