Monthly Archives: May 2015

Holiday Road

Woody Wagon

The woody wagon, the harbinger of American road trips, is my post tonight as I take off for a weekend photo workshop in New York City. Tomorrow, I hop in the car (not this one) and go from Milford Street to Flatbush Ave in Brooklyn for a series of shoots in Brooklyn and Manhattan. See you all next week. Cheers =)

Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

For the past few days, I’ve been hinting around and showing glimpses of the lighthouse I visited last Saturday. Here she is along with images of Fort Constitution next to her.

Looking Up: Color vs. BW

Looking Up BW

Looking Up

I made this image of the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse on Saturday and originally developed it in color. This morning, I thought that the contrast and negative space made it an excellent candidate to be a BW image. I like both and am having difficulty picking a favorite.

What do you think?

Brimfield Antique Show

Three times each year, antique dealers line the sides of the road in the town of Brimfield, Massachusetts. It goes on forever and they have just about anything and everything. Go on Sunday…it is the last day and the dealers are willing to deal. Here are a few scenes from this past Sunday.

Open Doors Manchester

Open Doors Manchester is an arts and culture tour being held three times this year. A number of museums and galleries are admission free, have special exhibits and/or serve refreshments for the evening. The trolley, pictured here and yesterday, makes a circuit of all of the places that are participating.