Homage to the Sun

GPS: 43°14’34” N 70°35’20” W Good nature photography is possible even amidst civilization. This image is a case in point, taken on the popular Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Maine. The Marginal Way is a paved footpath on the coast that connects Perkins Cove to Ogunquit Beach. The key to photographing in congested areas is to […]

On the Rocks

GPS: 41°27’6″ N 71°24’2″ W Beavertail Point lies on the southern tip of Conanicut Island, in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The point juts out in the open Atlantic Ocean, often enduring the power and fury of nature. This rocky location has been host to lighthouses since 1705. I love scenes like this, where the hand of […]

Glacial Remnants

GPS: 41°36’37” N 70°39’8″ W Although I was raised far from the coast, ocean scenes and bodies of water are among my all-time favorite subjects to photograph. I love the unpredictable moodiness of tides and the impact of long exposures on the water surface. This image was made on Cape Cod, on a small peninsula […]

Tree on Fire

 GPS: 43°03’52” N 70°42′ 45″ W Spanning a mere eighteen miles, New Hampshire has the smallest coastline of any coastal state in the United States. Its coastline may be tiny compared to its Maine neighbor, but the New Hampshire seacoast is no less photogenic. This image was made at Great Island Common in New Castle, […]

Bridge on a Hill

GPS: 44°25’22” N 72°16’2″ W New England is full of covered bridges. But all too often, these historic structures are burdened with ugly telephone poles and utility cables. Consequently, few of the remaining bridges are photogenic. But the A.M. Foster Bridge in Cabot, Vermont, is a rare exception. The little bridge is a replica of […]

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