This morning the MDI Photo Club met on Eagle Lake to shoot and socialize (translation: take pictures and talk about photography). Located in Acadia National Park on Mount Desert island, this pristine body of water is nearly two miles long and about a half mile wide. This time of year its frozen surface hosts ice fisherman, cross-country skiers, and on this day, a dozen photographers eager
The 6th annual Bed Races and Early Bird Pajama Sale were held yesterday in Bar Harbor. Janice and I (she in chartreuse pajamas and bath robe) attended along with over one thousand other people on a chilly November morning with temps in the low forties. The Pajama Sale event started at 6 AM with shops offering discounts to everyone, but an extra 5% off for those wearing their jammies. The
Yesterday I went to Burlington, Vermont and hung out on Church Street. The purpose of the visit was to try the Fuji X-E1 camera that my friend Werner and I rented. I wanted to see how well it would work for street photography. Below are some of the images I shot to test out the camera, see what it was like to use, and find out what kind of images I could get from it.
The Franciscans Project
During the month of November 2011 I shot portraits of 35 brothers and sisters from the Church of the Crucified One in Moretown, Vermont. This is a group of laymen and laywomen who have assembled together to take vows modeled after the Third Order of Franciscans.
The purpose of the project was to capture images of this diverse group of people and