Category: B&W

Blair Bridge in Fog

Nov 05, 2015 - B&W, Bridge, New Hampshire, River - 3 Comments - Standard

Who says autumn images need to be in color?  This is the Blair Bridge in Campton, NH, and my visit here a few weeks ago was a bit early for peak fall color.  In addition, the fog was quite thick when I arrived just after sunrise, and I immediately knew I wanted a B&W image […]

Ducking Into the 21st Century

Aug 07, 2015 - Abandoned, B&W, Duck Mill, Lawrence, Mill - 2 Comments - Standard

The Duck Mill in Lawrence is an amazing mill that’s located between the Merrimack River and the North Canal in Lawrence, MA.  It’s about to begin a full renovation over the next year and a half, converting this beautiful old mill to a modern mixed-use facility.  Anytime one of these mills is rehabbed, I’m both happy […]

Ayer Mill Clock Tower

Apr 07, 2015 - Ayer Mill, B&W, Clouds, Lawrence, Long Exposure - 3 Comments - Standard

This past Saturday was an incredibly windy day with plenty of clouds in the sky – a perfect recipe for some long exposures.  Unfortunately, by the time I was able to get out with my camera in the afternoon, much of the cloud cover had moved out.  There were thankfully still enough, however, to provide some nice movement in the […]

Winding

Dec 18, 2014 - B&W, Marsh, Plum Island, Stream - 0 Comments - Standard

Not much to say about this image.  Living in New England I’m fortunate to have easy access to the many salt marshes in the area, and I’m always on the lookout for small and winding rivers and streams among the marshes such as this one.  With a better sky I would’ve left this shot in […]

Guard Chair

Sep 02, 2014 - B&W, Beach, Long Exposure, Maine, Sunrise - 5 Comments - Standard

While I love to enjoy a nice sunny day at the beach, my favorite time to be there is definitely first thing in the morning.  Virtually no people, and the only sound is that of the crashing waves.  Add in some nice clouds and you’ve something pretty special. Like this:Like Loading…

Profile Falls

Aug 11, 2014 - B&W, Long Exposure, River - 1 Comments - Standard

This past weekend, Bob Lussier and I visited the small mill town of Franklin, NH to photograph some of the old buildings in the area.  We headed up a bit early to check out Profile Falls in Bristol first, which is just a short distance from Franklin.  As we missed the early morning light, and […]

Gate Valves

Jul 31, 2014 - Abandoned, B&W, Historic Mills Photo Workshops, Lawrence, Mill, Pacific Mill - 0 Comments - Standard

Today’s image is from the recent Historic Mills Photo Workshop that Bob Lussier and I led at the Pacific Mill complex in Lawrence.  While the majority of our time during our workshops is spent teaching and providing guidance/tips on what to shoot, we do manage to find some time here and there to shoot some […]

Sawhorse in the Mill

Jun 18, 2014 - Abandoned, B&W, Lawrence, Mill, Pacific Mill, Window - 7 Comments - Standard

It’s been awhile since I posted a mill image – well any image I guess – so here is one from the Pacific Mill taken this past weekend during our latest Historic Mills Photo Workshop.  Bob Lussier and I spent the entire day with a great group of photographers shooting a variety of buildings within the Pacific […]

Stormy Skies

May 05, 2014 - B&W, Essex, Landscapes, Long Exposure, Marsh - 8 Comments - Standard

So… after a somewhat lengthy separation and some time apart, my camera and I have decided to resolve our issues and get back together. It really has been quite some time since my last blog post, stemming from a long drawn-out winter, a new job, and a busy family.  But I managed to get out […]

Light Grids II

Mar 10, 2014 - B&W, Lawrence, Mill, Stone Mill, Sunrise - 1 Comments - Standard

I thought I’d start the week with another image of the beautiful light that streams into the Stone Mill in the early morning.  You can even see some of the light patterns on the ceiling, which I believe is from the sun reflecting off a car windshield or something in the parking lot below.  A […]

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