Only The Lonely

  Labor Day weekend in the States is a last call for a summer getaway. In New York this creates a quiet eye of the storm between the end of the summer tourist season and… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fray

These two brothers entertained us with some textbook tussling while waiting for table scraps.   For more Weekly Photo Challenge responses check here.

Trap Shoot

Taking photographs around the harbor this summer has taught me a few lessons that apply to life as well as lobster traps. Solving visual problems is fun for me; tackling life’s knottier problems not so… Continue reading

Summer Silhouette

There are some sensations that immediately call up summer: the sound of a screen door slamming, the smell of sun screen and the chill of a bathing suit still damp from an earlier swim. These… Continue reading

Are you ready?

Finally, a decision.    

Learning Curve

Last time I wandered around the shipyard at Gloucester Marine, the accidental abstract artworks jumped out at me. This time it was the curves that break up and make up the yard. Stepping… Continue reading

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As seen outside the “Hat Club”, Soho, Manhattan.    

Double Feature: Leica vs. iPhone

  Want to make a photographer’s heart race? Whisper, mention or scream Leica. Mr. DW has got his hands on a Leica M9 with a 35mm Zeiss lens. We decided to take a… Continue reading

Sunset Boulevard

At the enchanted metropolitan twilight I felt a haunting loneliness sometimes, and felt it in others – young clerks in the dusk, wasting the most poignant moments of night and life. —F. Scott… Continue reading

Ship Shapes

I get a little overwhelmed by boats, boatyards, harbors and all things nautical or marine. I don’t know my flotsam from my jetsam. So I simplify by focusing in, sometimes waaaay in. While Mr. DW… Continue reading