Here is something that I did as an experiment. Walking in New York city, I felt as if I was constantly walking into a crowd. I was disoriented, and adrift from my family, since I was behind my lens. I was in constant motion and tried to capture this with my camera....How did I DO?
Today was a beautiful day to enjoy the Boston Public Gardens, and to watch the swans, ducks and Swan Boats glide by.
Monday was Patriots Day in Boston. The Day we commemorate the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, and the famous ride by Paul Revere. He was the one who rode through town screaming the British are coming.....!!! Over 1 million people lined the streets of the marathon route, all 26.2 miles, to cheer on the runners. [...]
Tonight is the first night of Passover. When we celebrate the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Every year our family gathers together for a Seder. As a child I loved Passover. I was so fidgety having to responsively read the Haggadah. I wanted the Seder to be over so I could find the [...]
don't you love our coats?
My brother had knee replacement surgery a few weeks ago. I pass an old dam on the way to his house. I wanted to take some pictures, but for some reason was detained. Finally took some the other night. I'm a fan of the black and white...you?
There is something about covered bridges. Every time I go by one, I have to take their picture. I especially loved the red flecks in the small waterfall from the Taftsville Bridge. You can click on any picture to see it full size.
What does one, with a camera, do when they are waiting? Takes pictures of what is right in front of them. These were taken Friday morning.
Yesterday I couldn't resist stopping at the Brookline Reservoir. It is so pretty this time of year! This is 11 pictures shot vertically, stitched together. I use Photoshop. Here is another group who enjoyed their WALK!