Monthly Archives: November 2019

Turner Reservoir

I spent a few hours this afternoon, sometimes on my knees, walking the trail along Turner Reservoir in East Providence. Cold would be the theme of the day. Manipulating smallish camera buttons on a smallish camera (Sony A7R3) was a … Continue reading

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A Cold Start.

The sun finally arrives at Colt State Park in Bristol, RI. There’s only so many angles from which to photograph a bridge, but this time I tried going “under” the bridge.

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Hundred Acre Cove

A glass-like surface, that is, until the dogs catch up to me. Not a second to spare in getting a shot off.

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Close of Business

A nice view to end the work day today. This is our new office building in Johnston, RI, home to some 3,000 colleagues. We’ve been here just over a year now.

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Osamaquin Park

I have a love hate relationship with this photo. Love it, because a lot of Facebook friends really seemed to like it; hate it, because it was taken with an iPhone 11 Pro – and not my Sony A7R3. That … Continue reading

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Barrington, RI Sunrise

An early start in the morning means capturing great light, and the stillness of the water just adds to a peaceful scene near the bridges in Barrington, RI.

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WaterFire Salute to Veterans

It was a more somber night than the usual raucous, fun-loving, Waterfire celebrations of the past. Taps, played by uniformed trumpeters positioned along the river, added to a moving event.

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