Category: Clouds

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 […]

Morning Beauty

Aug 30, 2016 - Clouds, Long Exposure, Maine, Marsh, Sunrise - 4 Comments - Standard

I just got back from a family vacation in southern Maine, and managed to get out for sunrise on a couple of occasions.  This particular morning presented an absolutely beautiful display of clouds and color with zero wind; perfect conditions for some long exposures.  So where is this, you ask?  It’s the Rachel Carson National Wildlife […]

Back Bay Storm

Jul 28, 2016 - Boston, Buidings, Clouds, Long Exposure, Skyline, Sunset - 0 Comments - Standard

  After the stormy weather moved through Boston this past weekend, we were left with windy conditions, and plenty of leftover clouds just as the sun was getting ready to set for the night.  In other words, ideal conditions for some long exposure photography.  While the sky was on fire to the west – the […]

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 […]

After the Storm

Jul 29, 2014 - Barn, Clouds, Long Exposure, Sunset - 4 Comments - Standard

  After all the stormy weather we had yesterday here in the Northeast, I made a last minute decision to see what I could find to shoot at sunset.  While the colors I had hoped for never materialized, there were enough clouds moving across the sky for me to try some long exposures. I headed […]

Stormy Motif

May 06, 2014 - Clouds, Long Exposure, Ocean, Rockport - 3 Comments - Standard

When you’re in a creative rut like I’ve been for the past few months, any old photo subject will do.  Even one that happens to be one of the most photographed and painted structures on the east coast, Motif #1 in Rockport, MA.  This thing has been documented to death, yet it’s still great place […]

Warm Wishes

Feb 13, 2014 - Clouds, Maine, Ocean, Sunset - 4 Comments - Standard

As we get socked in with yet another snow storm here in the northeast today, I thought I’d post an image from warmer times.  This shot was from an incredible sunset I witnessed in Ogunquit, ME this past summer. The spring and summer can’t come soon enough. Like this:Like Loading…

Painted Clouds

Aug 01, 2013 - B&W, Clouds, Lawrence, Mill, River - 1 Comments - Standard

The other day I witnessed an incredible sunset over the Merrimack River in Lawrence, and posted an image showcasing the beautiful colors.  After the sun went down and the color started to fade, I decided to stick around a while longer to try some long exposures of the clouds moving over the river.  This was […]

Clouds and Stone

Jul 08, 2013 - B&W, Clouds, Historic Mills Photo Workshops, Lawrence, Long Exposure, Mill, Stone Mill - 2 Comments - Standard

After our recent Historic Mills photo walk around the Lawrence mills, I spent a little time trying some long exposures with the Stone Mill.  It was mid-day, but there were some great clouds moving quickly over the mill which looked to have potential.  I experimented with a variety of shutter speeds to finally get the […]

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