Monthly Archives: June 2012
On Thursday we went to see the Somerville Fireworks Show to get us in the mood for the 4th of July celebrations.
Last Sunday I went out with our landlady and her dog Sadie to practice with my longer lens and a moving target. Sadie is a very excitable dog and likes to run after every ball one throws for her, which … Continue reading
This morning I drove out to Deer Island to scout for new photo locations. I am interested in interfaces: between land and water, urban and rural, living space and transit space, (people-)space and non-(people-)space, you and me, light and dark, … Continue reading
Taken a couple of weeks ago on Mt. Auburn Cemetery, which is not only a great birding spot, but there are lots of other animals to see. This chipmunk and its mate were hopping around a tomb stone, but when … Continue reading
Another view of Boston’s Back Bay. I took this one a couple of weeks ago with my Lomo and finally got around scanning the slide yesterday. sgid: lat: 42.356819 lon: -71.092473
During the Memorial Day weekend, Club Passim had its Campfire Festival and on Monday, the Honky Tonk Ensemble, in which Pleuni is playing the fiddle, and the Mountain Music Ensemble played a couple of songs. I took the opportunity to … Continue reading
Yep, another evening shot from New York. This is Queensboro Bridge, which passes over Roosevelt Island (visible in the foreground) and connects Manhattan with Queens.
This one was also taken last weekend at the East River in New York. At this point we had just left the friendly shop that fixed Pleuni’s flat tire and which provided us with dearly needed shelter. What you see … Continue reading