Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Little Details.

After being in the New England area for a little while now, I've come to realize the overwhelming power the largest mountain in the East has over everything else-much like the CEO of a company or the finish line of a race. Why does the infamous Mt. Washington get the most attention while every other peak hides in its shadow? I face this a lot while I have been taking pictures and bringing back my findings. "Did you get any good ones of Mount Washington?" "What about the views at the top? Get any of those?" I just shrug and say..."No, but I got some awesome shots of the trail along the way. Some interesting views of trees and some close-ups of water droplets from the morning dew." To me, these things are the most interesting...the small details that are commonly over-looked by those hikers seeking to get to the top. Sure, the view is amazing. But I try to save that time at the top of the mountain to myself...no pictures can compare with the feeling of sitting in complete silence at the peak of a mountain, closing your eyes in the sunshine and eating a big lunch.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Another Hike. Another day.

New gallery space at the Highland Center in Crawford Notch. I will be showcasing my work here for 3 months...if you are are local, come check it out! Starting the last week in January I will have everything installed.

Shawnee. After the Blizzard.

Hiking in the snow is not easy.

My hiking partner.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Doublehead in January

The trees have eyes...and ears too.

Calm before the snow.

Hope people aren't inside.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Birthday Hike

Quick hike up Shawnee Peak for my birthday. Barely any snow for this time of the year. More hikes to come this week!

Friday, January 7, 2011


Ok. So I have been super busy during the Holidays traveling between Florida (where most of my family is) and Maine (where my dad is). I am excited to start up this blog again and become more consistent with adding photos/ keeping every one updated with news about my new business up here in Maine. I have converted the large basement of my dad's restaurant in Bridgton, Maine to my little workshop. Maybe one day it will function as a gallery as well. I hope to start hiking again, although now the conditions are a little treacherous. Microspikes, snowshoes and ski goggles are now an every day part of my survival kit. I can't wait to take more pictures! Stay posted and you'll "see what i see". Happy January 7th.