I ended 2014 and began 2015 continuing to visit state capitols and whittle down my bucket list. While visiting Dallas for Christmas I made a visit to Little Rock, Arkansas to tour and photograph the capitol. I was quite impressed by the white marble of the interior and the huge bronze doors (that are no longer used as… Read more »
Posts Categorized: New England Outings
My quest to photograph and tour all 50 state capitols continues. This week I started with New Hampshire and Maine (which is not yet edited). While New Hampshire may hold title of the oldest congress, it is also home to the smallest capitol I have ever visited. There are only three photos below because that was… Read more »
Update (2016-01-29): The set below now includes new photos from a more recent trip. We finally went inside! I visited Montreal this past weekend and dropped by Montpelier on the way back. It’s so…tiny! I almost could not believe it was a capital city. It’s a modern day Mayberry! Coincidentally the relative small size of the state house… Read more »
Four years ago I visited Wareham, MA to attend the annual Cranberry Harvest Celebration. Far too many photos, and a few videos can be seen here. This year, I returned after a four year hiatus (because I forgot the event existed). I, and my friends, had an amazing time. The highlight–literally–was a helicopter ride, a… Read more »
Here are a few shots from tonight’s July 4th Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular. For those wondering, I shot with a Promaster variable neutral density (ND) filter. This allowed for long exposures (6-25s) with wide apertures (f/4-5.6). Since the filter is variable and the show only lasted a half hour, I didn’t have time to take note… Read more »
Here are a few more shots of the aftermath of Nemo. A few Engineers took to building tunnels and igloos in Cambridge!
This afternoon MIT and Harvard had an amazing snowball fight at Cambridge Public Library. I ended up joining the fight, so most of the photos below were snappped by my friend Michelle.
Early this morning I set out to capture the Leonids meteor shower. As is the case with most solar events, I learned about the meteor shower late the day before. (At least it wasn’t the day after!) The shower was supposed to peak from about midnight until 3 or 4 AM. I rented a Zipcar… Read more »
It only took me two and a half months, but I finally finished editing photos from Red Bull Cliff Diving. Why the delay? I simply got busy with other aspects of my life and never had the time to sit down and composite the shots as I envisioned: composites showing the divers throughout the duration… Read more »