Sunday, August 13, 2017

Visiting the Sembrich



I'm always looking for new places to photograph.  Today I visited the Sembrich Museum in Bolton Landing, NY.  Here are some photos from my visit!


Monday, August 7, 2017

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things



Since photography is a form of self expression, I often photograph the things I personally like.  In this post, I will share with you, through my photography, some of my favorite things.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Army Trades Weekend at Saratoga Battlefield



Yesterday my friend Barb and I went to Army Trades Weekend at Saratoga Battlefield.  Here are some photos I took.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

An Evening in Lake George



Last night I was in Lake George photographing the sights of summer and enjoying the great weather. Here are some of my favorite shots.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

My Favorite Summer Photos



With summer upon us, I've gathered up some of my favorite photos from summers past to share here with you.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Saratoga Flag Day Parade



My friends Terry and Barb and I went to the Flag Day Parade in Saratoga yesterday to flex our photography muscles.  At nearly an hour and a half in length, there was no shortage of photo opportunities.

Monday, June 5, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part VI: Beautiful Bryce Canyon


This is my fifth post in a series about the American Southwest.  In this post, I will share photos I took in Bryce Canyon National Park.  Be sure to read my previous posts in the series, about Grand CanyonArches National ParkMesa Verde National Park and Monument Valley, and Zion National Park.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part V: Zion Magnificent



This is my fourth post in a series about the American Southwest.  In this post, I will share photos I took in Zion National Park.  Be sure to read my previous posts in the series, about Grand CanyonArches National ParkMesa Verde National Park and Monument Valley.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part IV: The Majesty of the Grand Canyon



This is my third post in a series about the American Southwest.  In this post, I will share photos I took in Grand Canyon National Park.  Be sure to read my previous posts in the series, about Arches National ParkMesa Verde National Park and Monument Valley.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part III: The Magic of Monument Valley



This is my third post in a series about the American Southwest.  In this post, I will share photos I took in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.  Be sure to read my previous posts in the series, about Arches National Park and Mesa Verde National Park.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part II: The Cliff Dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park



Mesa Verde is not the most visited National Park in the U.S., but it is a distinctly unique one with its Ancient Puebloan cliff dwellings, some of which can be toured by visitors.  In this post, I'll share some photos I took while in the park and during my tour of Balcony House.  Click here to read my previous post in the American Southwest series, about Arches National Park.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

American Southwest Trip Part I: The Beauty of Arches National Park



I've returned from a spectacular trip across the American Southwest with visits to Arches, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Zion, and Bryce Canyon.  I came back with more photos than I've ever taken on a single trip.  To start out this series of posts, I'll share with you photos I took at Arches National Park, which seems to bear a striking resemblance to Mars.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Spring Into Spring!



It's officially spring, but here where I live, there's plenty of snow on the ground.  To get you in the spring spirit, here are my favorite photos that evoke the season.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Visiting the Chapman Museum in Glens Falls



A couple weeks ago my friend Barb and I went to the Chapman Historical Museum in Glens Falls, NY.  The museum is comprised mainly of the Zopher DeLong House, an historic home decorated with many of the early twentieth century artifacts that belonged to the owners.

Monday, February 20, 2017

From the Archives: Québec



From the Archives is a series where I share photos of a particular location that I took in years past (as in, before I started this blog in July 2013).  In today's post, I will share photos I took in the Canadian province of Québec.  Click here to read previous installments.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

From the Archives: Central New York



From the Archives is a series where I share photos of a particular location that I took in years past (as in, before I started this blog in July 2013).  In today's post, I will share photos I took in Central New York.  Click here to read previous installments.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Window to the Past: Photos of Old and Abandoned Buildings



Old and abandoned buildings have long been a favorite photo subject of mine.  I'm not alone either, as many of the old or abandoned buildings I've photographed in my travels I discovered because many others photographed them before me.  In this post I've included a few of my favorite photos of such buildings.  The buildings in this post are all old, and all of them are showing some signs of wear, but not all of them are completely abandoned.  A few of them are open to the public, and are maintained to the extent that they are safe for visitors, but they remain weathered enough that a visitor can still feel a clear link with the building's past.

For those buildings that are abandoned or privately owned, keep in mind that it is never advisable to go into these buildings or on the land to take photos.  It is usually illegal and also potentially really dangerous given their condition.  I have taken photos of such buildings from the road or from a public spot.

Monday, January 9, 2017

My Most Popular Posts of 2016



Most bloggers have finished with their "look back at 2016" posts by now, but I'd still like to share with you my five most viewed posts of the year.  Have a look at my most popular articles:


Monday, January 2, 2017

My Best Photos of 2016



It's that time of year again; time to go through the previous year's photos and pick out favorites. I always wait until the new year to announce my best photos, because what if I take a great photo on December 31?  This year I visited a number of filming locations during my trip to Southern California.  In the Pacific Northwest, I got to see a lot of "rural decay" as well as some beautiful coastline.  Rounded out with trips to Cape Cod and photo adventures around my hometown of Saratoga, I'd say it was another great year for photos.  Narrowing it down to just 25 favorites was as difficult a task as always, but after much deliberation, here are my personal favorites:


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