Misty Morning at Beaver Lake

I stopped at Beaver Lake one recent foggy morning to take some photos. Here are a few  of my favorites.

Cat Tail, Cat

Went to one of the wetlands near my house. Managed to capture both a cat’s tail… and a cat.    


Very long exposure image of a dandelion head with just one seed left.


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Closeup: Mushroom

Time for your closeup… This is a side view of a large white-cap mushroom. It was maybe five inches (13 cm) across.

Spring Fern

A fern unfolds in this photo.


A photo of a vase I encountered on a family vacation, and its contents’ shadows.

Winter Corn

I lived most of my life in Arizona, where you can grow corn all winter long. Here in New Hampshire, this is what the corn looks like in January… This image was taken with me bending all the way down to the ground, the camera just a few inches above the snow.


A young deer leaps into the underbrush in this image. I don’t normally post photos I consider a bust, but every time I look at this I like it a little more. While I’m not a fan of images with blur added by camera movement, in this case, it works well with the young deer […]

November Fungus

We went walking in the woods this weekend, and I brought my camera along. Luckly, I brought my flash, too. In this shot, I held it in my left hand as far away from me as possible when I took the picture, and set the camera to underexpose the image slightly. I like the way […]