Through the Glass Dispatch, Volume 4
Through the Glass Dispatch is a bulletin where I showcase some of my recent photos, share what photo projects and trips I have coming up, and share what photo-related stories I've been following online. Click here to browse the archives.
Visiting family on Cape Cod for Thanksgiving, I came back with a variety of photos, ranging from the Highland Lighthouse in Truro (above) to to eerie former North Truro Air Force Station. Click here to read the full post.
I snapped this photo yesterday at Lyrical Ballad Bookstore in Saratoga, one of my favorite places to shop downtown.
What does this photo of Casey have to do with my 2015 holiday gift guide? I guess you'll just have to click here to read more and find out. I've published my second annual post of photography-related gift ideas for a variety of budgets.
ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)
It seems like just yesterday was leaf-peeping season. Although I didn't take as many photos this fall as I would have liked to, a day trip to Stockbridge, MA, with my friend Barb proved productive. Click here to see more photos from the day.
Thinking of purchasing a telephoto lens? Click here to read my thoughts on the versatile Tamron 150-600mm.
Throwback - A Photo from the Archives
Christmas Tree in the lobby of Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa at Walt Disney World, 2011
Photographers I've Been Following
Albert Dros - Stunning Landscape Photography
Carol M. Highsmith - Photos taken around the United States
Sam Horine - Dynamic travel photos
Tom Bricker - Unique travel & Disney photos
What I've Been Reading
Flickr's Top 25 Photographs of 2015 via Flickr
‘Studio’ Wildlife Portraits Captured with Camera Traps and Flashes via PetaPixel
How to Take Better Photos of Cats via Bored Panda
How to Send a DMCA Takedown Notice via PIXSY
Did You Know?
Looking for a unique gift? I now sell custom calendars made with my photos! Any photo that I sell as a print can now be purchased as a 12-month calendar. When you find the photo you want to use, click "View All Products," then "Memorabilia," where you will find the option for creating a calendar. Click here to browse my print gallery.