Eclipse 2017

Took a little trip to Cookeville Tennessee this week. It’s good to be home. Here are a few photos from the trip. I probably should have left the camera on the tripod, but I didn’t, and eh… it happens. Not even worried about it. I was there to watch the eclipse, not take photos. Here […]

Look Down

I came across this shot accidentally today; it’s from nine years ago (wow, time flies!). This is from before I owned a DSLR, but it still makes my head spin a little when I look at it, as I’m not a big fan of high places. From one hot air balloon to another, the perspective […]

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.

Pride / Shame

The Boy Scouts of America have lost their way. I was once a boy scout. On an unrelated note, I used to think homosexuality was weird. It’s hard to remember exactly the way I felt about homosexuality when I was younger. I remember as a teen thinking that it was gross. I don’t remember fearing […]

Good night, Neil.

The number of heroes who walk the earth has been diminished by one. The first human to set foot on the moon died this morning. I’m not sure who said it first, but as long as there are history books, Neil Armstrong will be in them. In a statement, his family suggested the following. For those who may […]

To the Beach

This photo is from the archive, but I’m just back from some well needed R&R at the beach. More on that later – I’m anxious to get back to work, and the day is young, so I’m headed into the office with a great attitude and a fresh tan (even wearing SPF 50 sun screen […]


They say that in 140 years of recorded history, there has not been more snow in the state of New Hampshire in the month of October. We took eight inches of snow, and while the phone company continues to deliver service in the face of every storm, the electric company is saying this will be […]

Earth Day 2011

A photo in celebration of Earth Day 2011.

Stop (snowing)

Two photos from April Fools’ Day 2011. The birch trees in the second photo are bowed down to the ground with the weight of the wet snow. Crazy weather!

New England Spring

It’s a long winter. Photo from the first days of “spring” in New England.