Grabbed these two photos while on the way home from shooting the 2015 Cape Cod High School Boys Basketball All-Star game. The snow was just right to stick to everything. The trees shot was converted to black and white in photoshop while the windmill shot just looks kind of black and white but is actually the color photo out of the camera.
Took a trip down Cape looking to get photos of the crazy ice situation they are having with some good morning light. Unfortunately it was high tide and we didn’t realize that the “ice bergs” were only really visible when the tide was low. So lesson learned. Well not having the ice to shoot we headed over to Nauset light and grabbed a few shots as the sun came up. Unfortunately the color didn’t really materialize but we did have some cool clouds as a back drop. More photos after the jump…
It has been an incredible month on Cape Cod with not one but two blizzards. This record breaking amount of snow is causing many issues not the least of which is where to put it all. But with the bad also comes the good, the cold temperatures and piles of snow make for some good photo opportunities. Here are a few shots from a drive we took today…after we finally got the car shoveled out. More photos after the jump.
The Monument Beach Polar Plunge happens annually on the first of the year with the main purpose being to raise money for the Bourne Food Pantry. I have been covering this event off and on for the past 9 years and this year looked to be the biggest turn out yet, I assume because it was actually a pretty nice day. I have seen them swim in frigid windy conditions as well as in light snow so with the right sun and light wind this year is was prime plunging weather. This year was also a bit different for me as this was the first time I was not shooting for the Enterprise. Instead I was shooting for CapeCodPulse.com and while I was shooting Monument Beach my fellow owners at CapeCodPulse Chris Kazarian and Sarah Murphy were shooting Cotuit and N.Falmouth plunges to see all of the photos be sure to check out the full gallery and story over on CapeCodPulse here. For the rest of my images click the more link below.
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to shoot my good friends Kim and Brewster’s son Eli for a christmas card. Portraits are something I have not shot a lot of but I really enjoy it whenever I have the chance. So with my “photo assistant” Rachel one Alien Bee strobe and a couple of lenses we made the photos below.
Clouds and calm water came together again tonight for some good photo conditions. Started out at Barlows Landing in Pocasset for a shot of the dinghy dock and one of the moored boats with a view straight out the North Channel. Next headed over to Monument beach for a shot with one of the jetties and one with a very dark ominous sky.