In the beginning of August, Neil and I took an after-work trip to Cooper Gristmill, a lovely historic mill surrounded by lush trees and babbling water. It’s been nearly three months since that trip at this point, but luckily images keep. Everything outside my window right now is orange, so the green of these images feels like such a throwback!Read More: Cooper Gristmill
Nearly a month ago I went to the NJ Festival of Ballooning to see the sunrise ascension. Here are the pictures to prove it.Read More: NJ Festival of Ballooning
Wherein I spend several paragraphs talking about how I might be getting bored of writing photography-based posts, and then write a photography-based post. I explore the question, “why are my ocean photos often not as great as being there?” and I give you a peek at my new camera (and the first few images from it).Read More: Keyport
We went to Ocean City, NJ last month (as we do), and I took a bunch of photos (as I do). It’s getting harder to find new subjects and new vantage points, but I think I managed it this year with side trips to Corsons Inlet and Wildwood, and with a variety of cameras.Read More: Our 16th Ocean City Trip
Two cameras: one digital, one 35mm filled with LomoChrome Purple film. Two sets of images: one normal, one otherworldly. Come see the results of my first experience with this fun film, and compare each image to the digital scene to see how the colors were changed!Read More: LomoChrome Purple!
I don’t know if it’s the Spring air or what, but I feel enthusiastic again about picking up the camera. I’ve signed up for a prompt-based flower photography class for May, and I’ve picked up a roll of LomoChrome Purple film to play with.Read More: Climbing out of my rut