Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Whitehall, New York

Ticonderoga, New York

Arctic Wolf

Hoosick Falls, New York
In the front window of an arts and crafts store.


Petersburg, New York

From a bridge over the Little Hoosick River. As always, you can click on any picture to see a larger version for a better view of the details. Use your browser's back button or simply hit "delete" to return here.

Addendum: seems that the "delete" key trick is Mac-only. I sometimes forget people use anything else.


Canaan, Connecticut

Monday, June 28, 2010


Canaan, Connecticut

For a little while WP will be working through pictures made on a quick three day road trip last week. I've already posted some of them, including one from the road (actually from a pizza place with WiFi). As a bit of a change of pace I'm going to post much more frequently than usual, working my way chronologically through the pictures as I edit the take.

BUZZ/No Loitering

Keesville, New York

Friday, June 25, 2010

Storm Coming In

Chateaugay, New York

I'd like to have posted this Thursday evening, right after shooting it, but the cheap motel's WiFi didn't work and there was no other internet linkup available. Would have been more fun to post it just an hour after watching it happen, but this will do.

All it did was rain. Meanwhile, back just a few miles from home, Bridgeport, CT, was hit by a likely tornado the same evening. I want to go see what happened. It sounds as though there was a lot of damage.

Light Reflections

Ansonia, Connecticut

Ansonia, Connecticut

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Blog Notes: Last Two Prints

Woodbury, Connecticut

This morning I made the last two prints needed to fulfill the marathon TOP platinum print offer. Finishing, packing, and shipping should be concluded early to middle of next week.

For Rent

Winsted, Connecticut

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Another Opening, Another Show

Washington Depot, Connecticut

Coffee shop art gallery, paintings by our friend Ruth.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Turkey in the Backyard

Woodbury, Connecticut

Early this morning while getting the lab ready for printing, I was delighted to see a wild turkey hen working her way up the path from the barn. Better yet, it became clear she was surrounded by a clutch of at least five chicks. They worked their way up to the house and then up the hill in back. Aside from being fun to observe, turkeys are very welcome guests because they have a ravenous appetite for noxious insects like deer ticks.

Monday, June 07, 2010

Shipping Label We Woudn't Think Necessary

Woodbury, Connecticut

The carton contained archival print storage boxes, but still...