Author: Don

  • Fall Aster Macros

    Today while weed wacking I noticed an abundance of bees working on a fall aster in the garden. So I hurried to finish the work and grabbed my 7d and 100mm macro lens to capture some of the action. Among the bees were these very cool sparkling green headed bees.

  • Great White Egrets Everywhere

    You never know what your going to see driving around the marshes of Cape Cod. Today I got to see and shoot something very cool a flock of Great White Egrets feeding in a tidal pool not more than 20 yards from me. Generally these birds are very skittish and in this same tidal pool will […]

  • “The Point”

    Tonight’s sunset from Patuisset. The name of the photo is from the name printed on the life ring which stands sentinel over the beach at all times.

  • Nantucket Flowers

    While on Nantucket Labor Day weekend we took a quick trip out to Sconset because I really wanted a photo of the iconic cottages (which I did get) but I was really surprised with all of the amazing flowers. Later in the day we stopped by Bartlett Farm which is where the sunflower and field of […]

  • Nantucket Sunrise

    Well those of you who know me know that sunrise is something I very rarely see. Last weekend while visiting a friend on Nantucket was one of these rare occurrences. She was going to be up anyway due to work so we had her wake us up just before sunrise so we could all go […]

  • Smooth Sound

    Here is another image taken using the 10 stop ND filter. This was taken around 5 in the afternoon from Nobska Beach in Falmouth.

  • New Photography Website

    Please take a minute to check out my new photography website. The site just went live so there are still a lot more photos to add!

  • Dark Clouds Over Nobska Light

    This shot of Nobska Light in Falmouth Ma on a rather moody summer day was taken with the Canon 7D and the 70-200mm 2.8 lens.

  • Four Patuisset Macro Shots

    Finally got the macro lens out again and took a few shots around the neighborhood.  All of these shots were taken with the canon 100mm 2.8 macro lens and a 7d.

  • The Boston Globe’s Wall Finally Comes Down

    According to this article posted by Neiman Journalism Lab the Boston Globe will be going to a metered paywall (like most of the newspaper world) moving away from the very hard paywall they have had in place since the launch of the site.