On Thursday night after work I traveled to New Bedford Massachusetts to photography the city skyline. It was very cold and not too windy. I located a parking garage and drove up to the roof level. The top level was still covered in frozen slush from the storm earlier in the week. It was like driving on RR tracks, but the Jeep handled it well. I shot for a couple of hours until I couldn’t feel my fingers or toes and then left. I also discovered that when you shoot after midnight the camera automatically changes the date on the files. Hopefully you will enjoy my efforts and I will continue to travel to different areas to continue my project.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, my wife and I headed to Logee’s Greenhouses in Killingly, CT. There was a feeling of Spring in the air and we wanted to acquire some new plants for our indoor garden. My wife picked up a couple of new African Violets as I apparently damaged some while she was away. Strolling through the Greenhouses was wonderful with smells of orange blossoms and honeysuckle. It was just refreshing to see all the various plants starting to grow and seeing all the new flowers. I took some images to share
Welcome to my website. Just trying to get my images out for viewing and comments.
I am a photographer from Cumberland, RI.
My images include Landscapes, Seascapes, Nature, and Still Lifes.
I am a member of PSRI and Newport Art Museum Photo Guild