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Simple Clicks – Frosty

Found this guy yesterday on the shores of Lackawanna Lake.  I was taking advantage of the sudden day-long heat wave (it got up to 37!) and hiked down to Kennedy Creek.  It was a popular day for hiking; the trail was well-blazed.  And someone stopped and built this guy right on the point by the […]


Beaches appear in my dreams

Boat drinks, boys in the band ordered boat drinks Visitors scored on the home rink Everything seems to be wrong Lately, newspaper mentions cheap airfare, I’ve got to fly to Saint Somewhere, I’m close to bodily harm. – Jimmy Buffett, Boat Drinks Related Posts:Cold but worth itA Cold MorningFirst SnowfallSimple Clicks – FrostySimple Clicks – […]


Simple Clicks – Birdless winter

This past spring, being the first spring in which I have owned my own home and small square of property, I fulfilled a dream of many years and planted a flowering dogwood tree in my backyard.  It’s a mere collection of sticks now, sprouting from a trunk not much thicker than a carpenter’s pencil.  But […]


Happy Thanksgiving

We have so much to be thankful for.  (Well okay, maybe not this guy – he’s about to be dinner!)  But I think that it’s somehow easy for us to lose sight of that, at least sometimes.  So having a day set aside where we can remember to remember all that we have in our […]


Gear, Gear, Gear

I’ve seen a couple of announcements on the web in the past week or so stating that the OM-D E-M5 is finally going out of production.  I don’t find this surprising, as it’s now an older model camera that was superseded by the E-M1 a while ago; at the time I thought it was interesting […]


Yearly photo statistics

I’m not sure if it means anything, but after the break you’ll see a little table that shows my photographic history for the past eight years, reduced to perhaps its most cold and simple form of folders and gigabytes.  Now this doesn’t even begin to take into account the learning, the creativity, or the fun […]


Simple Clicks – maple leaves

  You know what’s funny?  I grew up in Vermont and never once tapped maple trees to make syrup.  I had a friend up the street who did it, and we took elementary school field trips to see how sugaring was done.  My mother and I even talked about doing it once or twice, as […]


Return to Salt Springs

Three weekends back, I stayed over at my grandparent’s home in Binghamton, New York, as my family came together in the old farm house for a sort of early-Thanksgiving dinner that we called Turkey Feast. Amid several wonderful home-cooked meals and catching up with relatives, I snuck away at sunrise Sunday morning and drove the […]


Update

Okay, starting to fall a bit behind here.  I photographed a wedding for a college friend last weekend, which used up all my mental (and physical) energy, and has be sorting through hundreds of photos for editing now.  And to top it all off, I ended up with a cold this week. So I’ve missed […]


Fresh from the farm(ers market)

Been working on some food photography over the past few weeks, off and on, as I’ve come home with goods from the farmer’s market. We go down every Saturday morning to pick up our CSA share – that’s Community Supported Agriculture, for those of you not familiar with it. We have a share in a […]


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