I stopped at Beaver Lake one recent foggy morning to take some photos. Here are a few of my favorites.
A little on the abstract side, this net of colorful shapes was found over a street in down-town Boston.
Regular readers know we keep chickens. When we get a backlog of eggs, it’s time to make a large scramble. This photo was taken right before the whisk was applied. Like this image? It’s available for sale here.
You’ve seen me post photos of chickens. As of last Friday, we had six. 5 ISA browns and a Barred Rock. They’re a bit destructive, so we had to keep them in their little chicken yard (they tear the grass in the lawn up looking for snacks). Last weekend we expanded their yard with an extra […]
A photo of a vase I encountered on a family vacation, and its contents’ shadows.
Big thanks to my brother in law for being willing to shut off most of the lights in the tent so I could take this photo. Everyone but me was working hard to get the tent set up for the next day’s wedding, but the guy with pneumonia just had to get “this one really […]
This is something I need to do more of. I’ve been sick as a dog for about two and a half days. Unfortunately, my symptoms regularly keep me from sleeping. I’m actually feeling a small amount better right now. It was a pretty rough day, but for the last twenty minutes, I’ve felt all right. […]
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas. Complete with glass robot Christmas tree ornaments.
These artist’s mannequins hang out in this window all the time. The light was going through its twice a day magic period, and I had to crack open the window and grab a shot. Outside, it’s approaching dusk. Inside, lit by a single incandescent bulb (there are still a few of those left in my house – […]
This jester sculpture is actually part of a lamp – it resides at a relative’s home, and I see it once every couple of years or so. Last time when I tried to photograph it, I didn’t have as nice of a camera, and in the soft light, the image turned out blurry because I couldn’t hold the camera still enough. This time, I’m much happier with the results.