» Steven Perlmutter

Fishing Shacks

Feb 21, 2017 - Colors, Maine, Ocean, Shack, Sunrise, Winter - 0 Comments - Standard

This was the original destination for our visit to Portland, ME this past weekend.  I had seen a few images of this location online, and finally had an opportunity to go up there and get a shot of my own.  Along with fellow photographers Bob Lussier and Mike Tully of course. These three shacks are […]

Portland Head Light Rocks

Feb 19, 2017 - Lighthouse, Long Exposure, Portland, Rocks, Sunrise - 1 Comments - Standard

What a morning I had yesterday.  Bob Lussier, Mike Tully and I headed out early to shoot a different location in South Portland, ME (images to follow in a future post), and decided to visit Portland Head Light afterwards. Although we arrived past sunrise, the light was still sweet, and allowed us time to explore all […]

Nubble Spotlight

Jan 29, 2017 - Clouds, Lighthouse, Maine, Sunset - 2 Comments - Standard

It had been quite some time since I last visited Nubble Light in York, ME, so I decided to make the short trip up there this afternoon to catch the sunset. The tide was low and the water was as calm as I’ve seen it, but the sky made up for it with some nice […]

Front Row Seat

Jan 04, 2017 - Clouds, Maine, Marsh, Sunrise - 1 Comments - Standard

Although I have yet to pick up my camera in the new year, I feel compelled to create my first blog post of 2017.  And I’m doing so with this image from this past summer.  It was taken at the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge in Wells, ME during our annual family vacation in Ogunquit.  After […]

2016 – Year in Review

Dec 26, 2016 - Uncategorized - 4 Comments - Standard

As 2016 comes to a close, I thought I’d try something a bit different this year by not only highlighting some of my favorite shots from the year, but also including some thoughts/general musings I’ve had throughout the year.  I’m not sure how I arrived at 18 of them, but I don’t think having a round number […]

Marginal Way Sunrise

Dec 15, 2016 - Long Exposure, Maine, Ocean, Rocks, Sunrise - 2 Comments - Standard

As we brace for the first real arctic cold of the winter here in the northeast, I thought I’d post an image from warmer times.  This shot was captured this past summer in Ogunquit, Maine along the famous Marginal Way.  This mile-plus path winds it way along stunning rock cliffs  from Ogunquit beach to Perkins Cove, and […]

Vermont Village

Nov 21, 2016 - Autumn, Church, Fall, Fog, Vermont, Village - 3 Comments - Standard

  Waits River, Vermont is one the quaint villages I was seeking when I visited the area earlier this fall.  It’s one of those locations that you need to know about in advance, however, as you risk driving right through it without noticing much more than the nice church as you pass by.  In order to get […]

Morris Island Lighthouse

Nov 10, 2016 - Jetty, Lighthouse, Ocean, Rocks, South Carolina, Sunrise - 3 Comments - Standard

  Taking a break from the fall foliage images with a lighthouse shot from my recent visit to Charleston, SC.  The Morris Island Lighthouse, a non-working lighthouse just north of Folly Beach at the entrance to Charleston Harbor, stands just a few hundred feet off the coast. It’s 161 feet tall, and was completed in 1876.  Over time, jetties were […]

Fog Rising

Oct 24, 2016 - Church, Fall, Fog, Leaves, Sunrise, Vermont - 3 Comments - Standard

  Today’s image is another one from my recent visit to Vermont.  The village of East Corinth was high on my list of locations to shoot after seeing some images of the town online, and more importantly, after learning that it was the setting for the movie Beetlejuice.  It’s one of Tim Burton’s best movies, and […]

Foggy Path

Oct 15, 2016 - Autumn, Fog, Foliage, Trees, Vermont - 1 Comments - Standard

Vermont is filled with scenes like this one.  Trees turning color, fog in the morning, and an old dirt road leading somewhere interesting. I love to find spots like this while out exploring or on my way to a another location.  On this particular morning, the fog was incredibly think in the low-lying areas of […]

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