Tag Archives: “Rhode Island”


The Risk vs The Shot

I can remember my father telling me one of his biggest frustrations about getting older was not physically being able to do the things he was able to do when he was younger. At the […]

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Fall Foliage: Think Outside The Box

This time of year in New England is what most photographers live for. The trees in reds, yellows, oranges and combinations of the three combined with waterfalls, ponds, barns, churches and mountains. Classic New England […]


Embrace The Daylight

Most often, I take my photos at the beginning or end of the day. You’ve likely heard many times that is when the light is the best. I fully agree. You won’t get pinks and […]


Photographing History

The Beginnings of Our Country Over the course of the New England Photography Guild’s existence we have showcased many of the beautiful attributes of this historic area in which we live. One of the things […]


What Is It About Snowy Owls?

Snowy Owl Arrival Causes Media Circus Last weekend a group of my fellow photographers and I were standing in the dunes at Salisbury Beach looking for Short Eared Owls, when we noticed a large commotion […]


Stewardship Vol. 3 – Rebuilding

In my last blog I mentioned 2 nesting platforms: The Johannis North Nest which was badly tilting and in need of repair, and the New Jacobs Point Nest that was about to be built. After […]


Stewardship and Photography, can you make a difference?

  I’ve always felt that being a photographer carries with it an obligation for stewardship. This is especially true for photographers who gravitate to wildlife and landscape photography. The general nature of what we do […]