Monthly Archives: February 2011

On the Road

February 25, 2011
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Actually, I’m not traveling right now.  ”On the Road” is in reference to life on the road.  The road is the road that leads to my house.

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Just about every day, I get to walk my dogs a couple of miles.  All to get exercise, bonding time, and some fresh New England air.
Scooter (Aussie/Mix) being the latest addition to the family has taken to Shadow (Germain Wired Hair/Lab – the elder dog) and has taken the lead.  Every time I latch the leashes on the dogs, Scooter insists on walking Shadow.  This is the typical view I get while walking the road.  I just so happened to finally capture it.

ISO 200, 150mm, f/9.0, 1/400 sec

Today was the first snow storm in a last couple of weeks. It was also the first time I haven’t had to worry about plowing the road, shoveling, or delaying/canceling work due to snow expectation of 4-8″ (Film Crew from Momentary Times had house/ road maintenance duties today- we’re using my log cabin as a base for a documentary on which I’m Creative Director).

ISO 800, 170mm, f/7.1, 1/125 sec

Not only did I not have to worry about snow, but I’m glad I had my camera sitting in my passenger seat as my co-pilot ready for the unexpected moment/s.  The following photos were taken within a mile from my house on my way heading out to work.  A Barred Owl perched at 7AM waiting for prey.

ISO 800, 200mm, f/5.6, 1/125 sec (cropped)

Change For Purpose

February 17, 2011
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OK….You must be wondering why I haven’t posted lately. Don’t worry, I don’t easily stagnate into a set of routines…. My life is full and constantly changing. “The only constant in Life is Change.”

Within the last week, I have committed my home to four passionate men who are focused on the topic of homelessness. They have traveled from Oregon to New Hampshire interviewing, videoing, and photographing.  The crew have sought out homeless people, case workers, and anyone who has a voice wanting to make a difference regarding homelessness.

Victory Park, Manchester, NH

I have joined this project for several reasons: to learn more about the issues behind homelessness, to pick up my camera and share the story with others, gain experience from a talented crew, and make a difference in society.  The crew is staying for the month as they work on the documentary.  Not only are they focused on film, but also on establishing a family shelter home in the Peterborough, NH area.

This is a great feeling to be able to share my home with the crew, pick up my camera, and help find new resources to continue the project.
Come join us, follow us, and support a great cause:  Momentary Times.

Snow Bound

February 3, 2011
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I made it!  I’m back in NH from San Francisco.  I received a warm “Welcome back!” from my father. Thanks dad for picking me up at 11:30PM at the airport, having a hot meal ready for me at your home, and a place to stay for the night.

In just under 8 hours after my return from San Francisco, I’m back to work.  I’m on my feet and working a full day.  While in my “work mode”, I’m caught in the act trying to resolve a crisis from an incoming call.  Need I say more with the expression!  Richard, thanks for sending the photo below and witnessing the moment. :)  LOL!

I’m tired and pumped with caffeine.

After work, I come home to this…  More plowing, and shoveling for the next couple of days.  Not only do I have to plow myself out, but I have to try to figure out how I’m going to fit the next day of work in while we get a hit with more snow (approximately 12″ during the day).  Unfortunately, a work day lost–snow plowing and shoveling won.

Note the 4′ snow stake at lower left of photo.  We got a lot of snow!!

OK, enough complaining.  Winter is here for some time. I’ve got plenty of wood to keep me warm and I know I can rely on my three alarm clocks to get me up in the morning–even if the power goes out.