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Ajax and Zoe reading a book about the Japanese Calendar. I was lucky that the sofa was placed perfectly between the bay widows. I am not one for setting up shots but rather a person who thrives on catching a … Continue reading
If you are trying to improve your photography skills then you have to always carry the gear. Last night, while walking on the Boston water front, down by the ICA, a private party was … Continue reading
It was early Saturday morning that I hiked through the muck, slid through the hole in fence with the “No Trespassing” sign and raced over the railroad track bridge to see what new graffiti was in progress. On our last … Continue reading
There is still a lot of buzz on Linkedin about the role the photographer played in the NYC subway story, about the doomed man on the tracks. What do you do? Photograph, or save a life? Here is the link … Continue reading
New Artwork at Clever Hand Gallery, Wellesley, MA. Starting Thursday, January 17, 2013 My new photography images are black and white photographs printed on hand made paper and attached to artist panels. One of the two images, I embellished with … Continue reading
It is a really gloomy day today here in Boston. Yet taking a short drive out to Framingham, Ma really lifted my spirits. The art work of John Wilson, a black man still working at age 90, has several watercolor … Continue reading
Have you ever tried to get a shot of a mom with her very theatrical son? You just have to go with the flow and let him do his thing.
The clown photo was taken in Brooklyn, NY many years ago, I believe on Atlantic Ave. He was in a window of an antique store. I made the image into an encaustic puzzle and all six pieces move.
This is a great place to take a hike. It’s located in Medford, MA. Here is a trail guide. http://www.fells.org/Visit-Trails.html The photo attached is the view from the Tower.