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’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!
All photographers are familiar with the concept of shooting in the magic hours. Sunrise and the early morning hours/the late afternoon and sunset hours. At these times the light can be remarkable and many times, its at these hours when I’m out and about. On other days, when I can, I take the entire day … More Making The Most of the Light
The biggest silver lining of an incredibly cold (by Maryland standards) winter is how beautiful the Chesapeake Bay is when covered in ice.
Maryland generally has mild winters. We don’t get much snow and it doesn’t stay much below freezing for long. Having had two arctic freezes come through in the past month, Maryland is currently well below freezing, icy and snowy. And what better time to photograph the sunset than during an arctic blast, right? I spent … More Arctic Maryland