Category Archives: Gardens


Romanticism and The Landscape Photographer

Romanticism, the Art Form Although its definition has been debated profusely for decades, Romanticism generally defined was an artistic and intellectual movement originating out of the late 18th and early 19th century Europe. Its movement […]

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Photographing In The Rain

PHOTOGRAPHING IN THE RAIN It’s hard to believe, but with all the rain this Spring season has rendered, our drought is over in New England! While this certainly is great news, it can tend to […]

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Waterfalls, Wildflowers, and Spring Greens: Late Spring Photo Ops

Waterfalls, Wildflowers, and Spring Greens From waterfalls and wildflowers in lush green forests to colorful lupine meadows in the White Mountains, late spring offers a wealth of photo opportunities in New England. And while the […]

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Lyrical Photography Challenge

The Birth of An Idea A recent stroll around my summer garden left me very pleased with how the birds and bees seemed quite content with what was in bloom. As I turned to my […]

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Produce Photography

If spring is flower season, the late summer and autumn are definitely produce season.  It is a nice time to photograph and a great time to eat the magnificent bounty of our brief but exuberant […]

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Dreaming of Spring

    Early March is traditionally the “Enough is Enough” season in New England, and this year, more than usual, we have enjoyed more than enough of the glories of winter. The photographic opportunities in […]

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Attracting Hummingbirds

I am fortunate to have hummingbirds return every year to my backyard. They usually arrive mid to late spring for those of us in Northern New England. In anticipation and readiness for their arrival, one […]

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