When we moved in, just over the seventeen years ago, the driveway was a mess. Roots from tall spruce trees had lifted it up, sections had hidden layers of brick going back to (?), and other areas had the world’s ugliest aggregate concrete. But… the road in front was scheduled for rebuilding and it didn’t [...]
This is not an April Fools post, it is still March 31st, though it *may be one on me for all I know.
I do check my web stats and probably too often. If I happen to see that someone is currently on my site I will look at my Google Analytics Real-Time data to [...]
A great video from Jeff Pinilla, The First 36 Hours, as he shadows a WPIX 11 NYC news crew covering Sandy’s landfall in Broad Channel, Far Rockaway, and Breezy Point in Queens.
The film conveys the power of the storm as well as the dedication of the crew – Arthur Chi’en, Kenton [...]
The first of two films shot recently in Maine. This one was made over the past two weeks and centers around the August 31st blue moon. The one to come is more of documentary/profile piece.
Blue Moon, Blue Maine was shot entirely on the Canon C300. Lenses included the 24-105, 70-200, 16-35, and the [...]
For the past few weeks woodchips, sizable ones, have been appearing daily on our patio. They’re there every morning as I make my way to the studio, no signs of their origin.
Today, I found the culprit.
About 18″ in length, the Pileated Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in North America. This one [...]
Me, age 12, full head of hair, and co-starring in a film by Michael Caulton.
I’m the second robber (striped jacket, white sneakers.)
A little slapstick never hurt, eh?…
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