As we near the autumn of 2012, our thoughts turn inward. We think of colder times ahead and we just want to curl up with a book and a nice cup of tea -- or look at memories from bygone years, like photos from the autumn of 2005, taken seven years ago. Most of them … Continue reading The Autumn of 2005
I only have a few good photos from the spring of 2006, but I like all of them. I hope you'll enjoy them as well!
Two thousand four was the year I started to get serious about photography. I was still shooting with whatever cameras I had available instead of seeking out the best equipment I could get, but I'd started to examine my composition, my framing, the shapes I tried to capture, and photography started to appeal more and … Continue reading The Spring of 2004
Video from a nice, quiet, late-autumn afternoon we spent in Grosvenor Park (North Bethesda, MD). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBlq1mCLlVo One of the last few great days of autumn before winter set in.
During the summer of 2008, we had a fairly constant companion in a small tree right outside our building. It was a male mockingbird, who spent most of the month of June calling out for mates. He was loud, insistent, and didn't scare easily. He sat in that tree day in, day out, exposing himself … Continue reading A mockingbird calls for mates
I took these photos in Rock Creek Park, DC, and in Grosvenor Park, MD. I selected them based on their ability to evoke the quiet hours of autumn afternoons, with the soft golden rays of the sun lighting up the burnished hues of the autumn leaves. You might notice something else if you click on … Continue reading Autumn scenes from Maryland and DC
For the past several years, we've lived in a beautiful community in North Bethesda, MD, called Grosvenor Park. The community was built inside a forest that stretches from Bethesda to Rockville. This is a video recorded in that forest, on the shore of a brook that makes its way through the community, in the summer … Continue reading Summer scenes from Grosvenor Park