Posted on June 6, 2017
Sometimes taking a break from all the tension and anger of this moment in time is terribly necessary.
Posted on May 10, 2017
A monk you say? A man of kindness and compassion raising money for his monastery or maybe for poor people selling a Buddhist token as a kind of blessing.
Not on your life! This beatific looking gentleman is a common street hustler. These guys come out of winter hibernation as the spring and summer tourists start to fill our streets.
Posted on April 26, 2017
I shot this today at the MFA’s world famous Matisse exhibit. This little ked was having the time of his life. He was not necessarily a Matisse fan but he most certainly was an artist in his own right.
Posted on March 28, 2017
Nature’s power on display.
I love this old tree. It’s been around way longer than I’ve been on this planet. It sits in the middle of the lawn of my Grandparent’s place. They provided it a lot of space to show off and my goodness it certainly does.
Posted on March 25, 2017
There is one benefit to being out with a camera in the rain, nobody really notices you. They’re too busy trying to stay dry.
Posted on February 19, 2017
I know it’s one of those analog things with floppy pages that’s made from wood pulp of all things. To see it out in public is always a shock. It’s so much bigger than those little flat electronic gadgets that most people use today. This guy must be a throwback from the dark ages.
What I really don’t understand is he actually seems very interested in looking at that old fashioned thing. Is it just possible that what he’s doing is enjoyable?
Posted on December 30, 2016
I know that starting the new year off this gloomy isn’t a great idea but, as I was walking across the Boston Common today, I took this close-up photo of a figure swathed in dark fur, peering out gloomily at the world. While trying to think of a title for this image the scarey uncertainty of next year presented itself and it seemed appropriate.