A great big olde tree covered in spanish moss, just outside of Orlando, Florida.
During my time in London with the Jetpack team from Automattic, I had the opportunity do some exploring. One night while spending some time people watching outside of the London Shard, some colleagues and I witnessed an interesting sight, that I haven’t seen before. A homeless woman (I’m assuming) was walking around with her pup.Continue reading “A Beggar’s Pup”
I like to adventure late at night when it’s quiet and peaceful… one of my favorite locations in the world, which I’ve been photographing for many years, is Gooseberry Island in Westport, Massachusetts. One of the issues I often run into in Southeastern MA and RI is the amount of noise pollution. The lights fromContinue reading “Milky Way over Buzzards Bay”
“I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” – Thomas Jefferson (allegedly)
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Spending a frosty evening photographing Battleship Cove, in Fall River, Massachusetts. The USS Massachusetts is part of a large collection of naval vessels from World War II. Temperature: 10 degrees F. Wind Chill: I couldn’t feel my fingers. Camera: Fuji x-e2 Lens: 18-55mm Focal Length: 18mm Shutter Speed: 30 s Aperture: f/6.4 ISO: 800 SeeContinue reading “Stuck in the Ice”
Oh hey! How controversial is that title? Just for the record, I do believe in evolution, I just wanted to get you psyched up. But I’ll tell you what I don’t believe in… having an ego.
Up to the Twentieth Century, reality was everything humans could touch, smell, see, and hear. Since the initial publication of the chart of the electromagnetic spectrum, humans have learned that what they can touch, smell, see, and hear is less than one-millionth of reality… – R. Buckminster Fuller That’s one hell of a concept, right?Continue reading “What you can touch, smell, see, and hear is less than one-millionth of reality. My exploration of Infrared Photography.”
Late last week, whilst looking for some new gear to make my everyday life easier, I happened to come across a site called Everyday Carry. This site allows users to post items they carry with them everyday. While I’ve seen people post articles here and there online, I’ve never seen an entire site dedicated entirelyContinue reading “Ready for Anything: An Everyday Carry Exploration”
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. — Ferris Bueller Spending more time with… me I like to consider myself a social person… alright, an extremely social person. With a very large network of friends, I often find myself drinking and dining outContinue reading “A quiet Saturday night at home. Reflection and advancement in self-improvement.”
I’ve been enjoying Sam Adams beers for many years, but yesterday I was finally able to tour the original brewery in Boston. It was great to see where all their beers were developed and learn more about the history of the company. We sampled everything from the hops and barely used in many of theirContinue reading “For the love of beer”
Across the street from my apartment is one of the first mill buildings that was constructed in Fall River, Massachusetts. It’s got some beauty.
Quick snapshot with my iPhone as I flew from Rhode Island to Florida. The angle of the sun against the window and engine was amazing.
First snow of the season. November 2, 2014. Freetown State Forest.
Portable treadmill desk (makeshift), until my real desk comes in. Haha