a salamander on binninger road on a late summer morn a gust of memories Beaver Junction walks under a tall canopy another dirt road woods cool in the heat of summer walking with dad always hoping to meet another salamander … Continue reading
At the Washington County Fair last week, I spent some time in the goat and sheep tent. I loved the goats and kids and young people. They seem such a match, full of humor and mischief, friendly and talkative…
On Monday evening, I watched the young people practise showing thier goats.
And getting their goats ready to show.
At the end of fair week, there are goat games! Hilarious fun to watch.
First up was the sack race.
Next up was dressing up your goat and racing through the course without loosing any of the clothes your goat was wearing.
The onlookers were taking the games quite seriously
And then there was pie eating while blindfolded and holding onto your goat!
everyone seemed to be having a great time.
now onto fall…
This past week was the Washington County Fair, the largest agricultural county fair in New York State. I visited the fair three times over the course of the week. I loved seeing the young people with their animals, they love … Continue reading
This image was created while walking our Great Pyrenees Samantha along the Hudson River on a sultry summer evening. The shot was inspired by an assignment in Candela: Finding Inspiration Through Photography taught by Laura Valenti. Our challenge was to break some of the rules of photography with gusto. And so, while Sammy and I strolled, I started “drawing” with my camera and the lights across the shore. In this image, the angel is what we drew as a plane passed by….
When we are upstate, we walk along Binninger Road with the dogs several times a day. I love the road, the fields off it, the vistas and small delights.
Happy independence weekend! I love the Fourth of July, as a time to remember our flawed and radically revolutionary roots. This weekend, I wanted to share a group of pictures created almost three weeks ago on a rainy Thursday morning … Continue reading
the quiet of a summer morning
This weekend was the Open House at Bedlam Farm, hosted by Jon Katz and Maria Wulf. Jon and Maria have become my dear friends and I had the joy of helping out with the Open House. Hundreds of people from … Continue reading
I entered my first juried photography contest a few weeks ago. It was a contest sponsored by the Sante Fe Photographic Workshops and the topic was HOME. The call for submissions asked for work related to: “A room, a house, … Continue reading
This past weekend, I taught my annual photography workshop at the East Side Institute. We spent a day exploring master street photographers, going out on the streets of Manhattan making pictures and then sharing our favorite images for discussion. There … Continue reading