Mud season

It’s mud season in South Royalton, Vermont. I went outside to pick up two cold unsweetened reduced decaf black teas at R.B.’s Deli. It was 49F degrees with no wind chill. I like the texture contrast of the muddy snow mountains to the gray fog and heavy cloud cover.

Photographing church banners

I was hired by Jim White in February to shoot forty-four church banners made by him, his wife, and the women of Albemarle Road Presbyterian Church. I took my tripod, camera, a remote trigger, a gold reflector, and two variable LED soft box lights.

Single frame: Barn and Spike-tooth Harrow

I had been working in the office all week and needed to get out. I took off yesterday with another photographer for a day trip to a few South Carolina towns. This is one of the places I turned around for and he asked the owner for permission to shoot this. They were really friendly.

The workshop

I’m looking forward to attending a living history photography workshop at the end of this month of February. It will be the first photography workshop that I’ve attended since starting this photographic pursuit in 2015. I happened on the website when I looking at a listing of best photos from 2020 and noticed that this …

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