There’s this spot on Kent Island that can at first appear to be nothing special. In the mid afternoon, when the light is brightest, it seems like any other location along the shore. Off to the north you can see the long expanse of the Bay Bridge. To the west, across the Bay, you might … More Dusk Silhouettes
I’d actually forgotten I’d visited this location. Definitely time for a revisit!
Last week I started a series of posts revisiting photographs from Western Maryland. In keeping with that theme, and because its Monday and we all could use a chuckle…here is a reminder of the terrifying gangs that roam the back roads of Western Maryland.
In my last blog post I started this series of revisited photographs of Western Maryland. In this installment, I’m showcasing manmade items, both found and placed: Rust & Fall
I spent a good deal of time organizing folders of photography from my many visits to Western Maryland. It made me realize how long its been since I spent an adequate amount of time there. I used to go often, and every single fall, but I was lured away by the Smokey Mountains and other … More Western Maryland…revisiting
Continuing to process my backlog of photography and discovering many images that I’d completely forgotten about, including this selection from when my good friend and fellow photographer John Sperry surprised me for my birthday and visited me here in Maryland from his home in Colorado. It was chilly, but nothing for a guy used to … More Assateague National Seashore
I’m on an editing spree, trying to make some progress on my New Years Resolution to process my backlog of photography. This first batch contains photography taken at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Here’s to a New Year full of beauty and adventure!
I recently returned from another productive trip to the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph with two of my favorite ladies- Cahlean Klenke and Natasha Pierce. For the three of us to come together in one of my favorite locations from our homes in Maryland, Minnesota and Oklahoma was something … More
I love being eye-to-eye when taking snake photos. Soon as I determine a snake I come across is harmless and its safe to do so, I’m on my belly and composing snake portraits. If I came across more snakes in my wanderings, I’d likely start a Snakes Of Whatever Instagram and pretend to have conversations … More Meeting A Snake
I ran out last minute this evening to photograph the sunset. The spot I was heading towards was inaccessible, so even more last minute, I headed in another direction. The sky was brilliant, with light reflecting off the impressive storm clouds that were rolling in. It was perfect for a panoramic of the Kent Narrows…but … More Rules, Shmules.