I went to check out the sunset at Halibut Point State Park this past Monday, found it socked in with fog. I have to say, I was quite happy with the change of weather.
Happy New Year!
The following are a series of pics I shot at sunrise on New Year’s Day at Fort Sewall in Marblehead, Massachusetts. I was up and out the door at five am, and was immediately embraced by the absolute silence that surrounded me from the moment I left my house right up to when I left Marblehead a few hours later. It was a terrific way to usher in the new year and decade, and the perfect way for me to start the next chapter of my life.
As we close out this year and…yikes…decade, I just wanted to thank everyone who has visited the blog and supported my photography. Traffic more than doubled over last year’s totals -the best year yet for the blog-, and I am very, very grateful for each and every one of you who did so and will continue to do so.
On to 2020! Happy New Year, everyone!
It has been quite a week for me. A health-related episode landed me in the hospital during the midweek, which was followed by several days of laying low at home recuperating. Since the hospital instructed me not to lift anything over ten pounds for the next six weeks, going out and taking pictures anytime soon is probably out of the question. So, for now, I will continue to comb through older photos and see if there are any I may have missed that I can play with and post. The following are two I found recently.