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 on Fisherman’s Point and can be seen and photographed from Willard Beach in South Portland.  We were fortunate to get some really nice color in the sky just before sunrise, and with the tide just starting to recede, the ocean added a nice foreground element as it held the reflection of the sky.  I’m looking forward to getting back here in the spring to get a different perspective on this wonderful spot.


Autumn Farm

It snowed this weekend which made me think back to warmer and sunnier times.  As much as I love skiing in the winter and beaches in the summer, fall remains my favorite season.  What can compete with the crisp air, beautiful colors, and picturesque farms like this one?


Good morning, and I hope everyone had a nice weekend.  I thought for today I would try something I’m calling “find the one thing that annoys me about this image.”  This is another shot from my trip to a local farm last weekend.  I was really pleased with this image once I had processed it, but then one little thing started to bug me a bit.  Can you figure out what it is?

P.S.  If I get 50 different answers, I’m going to be a little concerned about my future as a photographer.  🙂


Well it’s fall in New England, and regrettably I haven’t been able to get out and shoot.  At all.  So I’m dipping into the archives for an autumn image from a few years ago.  I was going through an experimental phase with camera movement when I captured this impressionistic view of the fall colors.  Definitely not my normal thing, but I kinda like the way this one turned out.  Not sure I can say the same thing about most of my other attempts at this, but I remember it being fun trying.


Well this should rank high on the scale of lame titles, huh?  Oh well.  I guess sometimes the creativity just stops with the image.  Anyway… these kayaks were all lined up early one morning in Rockport, MA, just waiting to be rented for a day on the water.  I was amazed at how many there were, and how they created these wonderful patterns of colors and lines.