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Maine 2018, part 1

Thursday, 16 August 2018

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Friday Night Lights

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

except… softball.

 

 

Rutland In Bloom

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

blossom

 

sky

 

canvas and paint

 

contrast

Spanky’s Dive 2018

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

The annual Dive show tore through last Saturday like a drunken roadrunner heading face first into a wall. It was perfect. I shot Time Out Timmy, Left Hand Backwards, and a couple of visitors.

dance

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Pensive Words

Thursday, 15 March 2018

I recently took down a secondary blog I wrote for. When I wrote there, I would give a preview here and link to the post there. Since it was going down, I decided to fill out the full content on the posts here. Enjoy!

A Response To ‘On Discovery’ by Maxine Hong Kingston

Autumn

How Do I Know?

Right Is Another Word For Privilege

I Am White, Hear Me Bore

Straight Pride, White Pride

Jól Kisses the Sun Goodnight

Thursday, 21 December 2017

…and draped upon my world is snow, snow, snow.

Albums Turning Twenty XII: Closure, by nine inch nails

Saturday, 25 November 2017

3 February: David Bowie – Earthling
18 February: Lost Highway OST
3 March: Ulver – Nattens Madrigal
25 March: GWAR – Carnival Of Chaos
22 April: Ani Difranco – Living In Clip
20 May: Foo Fighters – The Colour And The Shape
30 May: Dimmu Borgir – Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
16 June: Radiohead – OK Computer
8 July: Emperor – Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk
16 August: Mayhem – Deathcrush
30 September: Portishead – Portishead

25 November: nine inch nails – Closure

    The year 1997 was a big one for me both personally and socially. I was deeply involved in music, writing, and the arts, and my personal life was winding up in a crescendo of self-discovery and debauchery. That was twenty years ago and I am writing a little bit about each album on their release dates.

Today, we look at Closure, the double-VHS set by industrial rock and metal band nine inch nails…

 

 

nin - closure

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Megan Saunders, 19 Oct 2017 in Burlington, VT

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

If you’ve not heard Megan Saunders & the Driftless, fix this now. I’ve known Megan some many years and hope to for many more to come. Her music is inescapably potent, masterfully crafted, and beautifully executed. My partner and I were fortunate to catch her in town on the 19th of October at The Lamp Club in Burlington, VT. It was, as always, a great time. I was even more fortunate that she let me shoot a bit while enjoying the performance!

Megan Saunders

Megan Saunders

Megan Saunders

Matrimony, Skene Manor

Thursday, 9 November 2017

I had the lovely fortune of shooting a wedding in September. Here are a couple of highlights from it.

together

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The Notch (again)

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

I’ve shot a lot at Smuggler’s Notch over the last year and a half, so going back up during peak foliage was questionably stale for my camera (though never for my eyes!). So this time I went with the intention of capturing things I have not before.I’m a thorough wanderer, so that was no easy task and I’m not so sure I accomplished it. ;)

foilage

bjǫrk

Not-the-notch

 

(Okay, that last one isn’t The Notch. It is sunset from US-7.)