Thayer Brook, Schaghticoke Ridge, Appalachian Trail, Kent, Connecticut. Dave and I took a quick hike south on the AT to shoot ice on this brook. I used both the G15 and RX100 and got a few keepers from each. These are ice drippings (stalagmites) under a waterfall and while it was tough to shoot these [...]
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Salisbury, Connecticut. A quick hike up Bear Mountain in snow and fog. Not much to shoot except a nice reflection of snow in this little pool on one of the various creeks we cross.
Flicker member Jack.Flanagan has posed another fantastic ice image taken with a Canon PowerShot G15.
Sony RX100 Anne and I went to New York last weekend to visit friends and spent the morning at the Guggenheim Museum seeing the Picasso Black and White show. It’s an incredible show, well worth seeing if you enjoy Picasso’s work but also worth seeing if you enjoy well-curated shows. The show spans Picasso’s work [...]
DSLR-less For the past few years my Canon 5D and associated lenses have been sitting in a drawer, unused. I’m still taking plenty of pictures but I take them on hikes with smaller cameras; there’s no way I want to lug a big or even a small DSLR on a hike. I prefer smaller cameras [...]
West Cornwall, Connecticut. We return to this amazing beaver ecosystem many times a year and there’s almost always new activity. There was a lot of rain recently and each level of the pond was high. I took this just before crossing a lower dam and almost falling in.
Milton, Connecticut. My good friend Bill Lauf did a concert last night at Milton Hall and as always, it was a great time. Bill has a full time job and is on the road for work quite a bit yet he manages to write and record a lot of great music in his (little) spare [...]
Spring Street Natural Restaurant, New York. I somehow find myself eating at this place a lot when we’re not up for something more adventurous. They have Blue Point Toasted Lager on tap and it’s a nice respite after being on our feet all day. It’s also right on the #6 train so it’s a simple [...]