The cold weather has it’s benefits. One of them is plenty of time to go through unprocessed photos. To borrow a phrase from Forest Gump “you never know what you’re gonna get”. So as I went through pictures that I had taken around the New York City area this batch jumped out at me. This is the Empty Skies Memorial… Continue readingThe Empty Skies Memorial
When I noticed we had a bit of warm weather the other day (short lived) I took a trip out to Brooklyn with camera in hand.
The night was perfect. The temperature was a pleasant 58 degrees and photographers were out everywhere you looked. Everyone seemed to be in a super friendly mood.
I went with a friend and we stopped and talked with other photographers and took pictures for tourists. The tourists seemed to trust us because we had our cameras on impressive looking tripods… fools!
We shot until after midnight and even as we were leaving there were still plenty of photographers out around Brooklyn Bridge Park.
As the cold weather continues its grip on the north east I found myself processing pictures from last summer. Wishful thinking about warmer days ahead? Perhaps. This is a shot from the beautiful coastline of Portland Maine. Off in the distance you can just see the Portland headlight. The most photographed light house in the world. I took this picture… Continue readingWarmer Days Ahead
After watching the season finale of “Haven” last night on the SyFy channel I was inspired to take a new look at this image I created while in Nova Scotia a few years back. This innocent looking lighthouse will forever be known to me now as “The Heart of Haven”. The actual name of the lighthouse in this image is… Continue readingHeart of Haven
Here is a shot of the beautiful city of Portland, Maine. Portland is one of those magical places where small town still applies to a city. From the artisan bakeries, to the home made ice cream, to the fresh caught lobsters Portland is just a great place to be (and eat). Art is everywhere you look in Portland which is… Continue readingPortland Sky
The Portland Head Light is one of the most photographed light houses in the world. Located in Cape Elizabeth, ME the Head Light offers a variety of locations to take great photos from. When taking a picture of one of the most photographed of anything in the world there is a lot of pressure. I think I got it right.
The Northport Hardware Company located in Northport, NY reminds us of how small business adds charm and personality to our local neighborhoods. Please remember to support small business.
A picture of the Empire State Building as seen from the Hudson River in New York City. This was taken as we departed on a cruise to Nova Scotia. It was a really great trip and made me realize one thing. Nova Scotia really is as beautiful as “they” say it is.