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Look Again

Fort Ticonderoga, New York ©Steven Willard

Sometimes we need to stop and look again. My wife and I stopped at Fort Ticonderoga on our way home from a trip to Lake Champlain Islands. 265 more words

Channeling Ed Ruscha (in colour)

This is a photograph of a gasoline station in Prague.

Ed Ruscha is a famous artist who made a book called Twentysix Gasoline Stations. I’m not even one 26th as good as Ed Ruscha and my one is in colour instead of black and white. 74 more words



 In the Woods, Woodbury, Connecticut © Steven Willard

I’ve had some trouble getting myself in gear lately. I can excuse it, in part, on health issues, and and I can blame it partly on the weather, but ultimately I have to admit it comes down to a lack for personal drive; a lack of persistence. 299 more words

Embrace the Unexpected

Yellow Barn, Middlebury, Connecticut © Steven Willard

This is what comes of curiosity. For years I’ve taken the road that goes past this farm. The buildings are always carefully maintained, and the grounds well kept; a perfect example of the New England farm; except the barn is the wrong color! 111 more words

First outing with Pentax K10D

My second Pentax K10D body arrived late last week (see previous post), so now that all the gear has arrived, it’s time to test it out! 1,108 more words

Digital Photography

A bit of the "Old Country" in New Haven

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut © Steven Willard

When my friend Dave Woodruff* came for a visit one winter we took a drive to New Haven so we could walk around the Yale campus. 337 more words

Photos I Like

Yesterday it was 65 degrees, today it’s 45 with a whisper of snow on the ground. I took these photos at the end of summer last year, right around the time when you begin to feel a faint whiff of fall in the air. 14 more words

Carolyn Manney