2019 in Review

As I look back on 2019, it seems that I traveled outside New England more than usual this year (noted by my immediate family). The year started with a photography trip to the Algarve region of Portugal in January, followed closely by my 5th visit to the Lofoten Islands of Norway in February. Then in […]

2018 In Review

Once more, I find myself in a humble place looking back at my photos with a critical eye. For some of us, year end is a time of reckoning when we pause to ask ourselves some tough questions. What have I accomplished in the last year? How can I improve my craft? Where should I […]

2017 In Review

Well, here we are. Another year gone by and a bunch of photos added to my archive. But, does our photography improve year-to-year, or are we doomed to rehashing old successes within our cozy comfort zone? I do think most photographers tend to stick to a fairly narrow range of subjects and techniques, but this […]

2016 In Review

My Oh My, how time flies! With the rollercoaster of 2016 finally coming to an end, I once more turn a critical eye to the photos I’ve made over the last twelve months in an attempt to pick my twenty favorite images. But I have to admit that the very notion of “favorites” can be […]

2015 In Review

Once a year, I build up the courage to look back and see what photos have been left in my wake. And I force myself to choose 20 images for this annual review. Why 20? It’s subjective like most things in photography, but I hear┬áthat people tend to lose interest when presented with more than […]

Best of Europe 2014

Alpine Sunrise: Dolomite Mountains, Italy

Part of the fun of photography is experiencing beautiful places with like-minded people. I may be a New Englander, but I still love traveling outside New England several times a year. Like Rick Steves, I too believe that travel opens up the mind and builds bridges between diverse people. In 2014, I had the pleasure […]

Best of New England 2014

Nubble Light: Cape Neddick, Maine

Once a year, I look back upon my work to assess the damage. Well, it’s that time of year again. So, how does one select a mere 20 photos out of a catalog of 9000? It’s neither easy nor scientific: I simply try to pick images that evoke strong emotion, like the above photo of […]

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