A photographic journal (mostly) around lower Fairfield County
While on my way to a gallery opening in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York I found this amazing light reflected off a building perfectly illuminating this garage door underneath the High Line park system. While I was waiting for the writer that was accompanying me to get back from running an errand I Read More
The bright red changing leaves of a Maple tree, a sure sign of fall, are reflected on the surface of Mondo Pond in Milford.
Mitch Ancona beats the world record by opening 35 bottles of champange in one minute with a sabre during an event called “One for the Books,” in Ridgefield, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Ridgefield Library. The Guinness World Record had been 32 bottles in one minute.
I spent yesterday on top of 101 Park Place at Harbor Point to photograph Over the Edge, a fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics Connecticut. Above is Diane Maclean, who looks extremely happy to be dangling from the edge of a building! Below is Elena Moffly, who looks strangely comfortable up there! This last photo is Read More
The annual 9/11 memorial service at Connecticut’s 9/11 Living Memorial pays tribute to Connecticut’s victims of September 11, 2001. Twelve years later, the pain is still there in the faces of family members honoring their loved ones. My sympathy goes out to them.