Category Archives: Field Trip

New Work: After Hours on Ocracoke

  It’s been a bit of a whirlwind this year with my dog photography business beginning to take off. I’m grateful for that and excited to see where it goes. I’m having a ball photographing animals but my heart still yearns for photographing wide open spaces – especially with water and fog. If you hadn’t noticed, I have […]

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Photo of the Week: The Brooklyn Bridge

After a few days of showing my work around an unseasonably warm NYC, I had to walk. It had been a few years since I visited the city and I could see the changing face of development everywhere I looked. Since I had a shoot the next morning in Brooklyn Bridge Park I decided that […]

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Travel: A Day Along Skyline Drive

  Last week I took a day to just explore with my camera. No agenda. No preconceived photo project. Just a full day to see what interested me. The plan was simply to allow myself to be delighted by the sights and sounds along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park.     It was a cold and […]

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Adventures in Birdland

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on Virginia’s eastern shore is a very special little place. It’s part of the larger Assateague National Seashore and features approximately 14,000 acres of beautiful beaches, marshlands and forests. You can see a lot in a day, though I would recommend spending several days quietly exploring all the park has to […]

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~ Photo of the Week #20 ~ Fort Williams Park, Maine

There are few places in this country that I love more than Maine. Actually, I can’t think of any. I still consider Maine my home even though I haven’t officially lived there since I graduated high school. Most of my family and many friends reside in ‘vacationland” which makes going home a treat. Last week […]

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