Lightning Strikes Twice – in a Big, Beautiful Way

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As a photographer, I can tell you that sometimes you can wait, wait, wait (for the right light, or for better conditions) or visit the same location over and over again (again the light and conditions) trying to make a good photograph. Then there are times when the shot falls into your lap. Chicago Tribune … Continued

More New Additions

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Our popular collection of service appreciation plaques has gotten a little larger with the addition of two new designs! These unique, personalized mementos are suitable for virtually any job function. Each is customizable with the recipient’s name, job title, your church name – and there’s also space to include a special message. Take a look: … Continued

Be Inspired!

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Atlantic Sunrise ~ Near Portsmouth, NH “The moon is like a mystery novel, the sun like a motivational self-help book, and the stars a coffee table book of photography. The sky is the whole library, and God the librarian.” Terri Guillemets

Intimate Landscapes

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As an outdoor photographer, one of the things I particularly enjoy is shooting macro subjects. Not only does this type of work allow for great creativity (I’d argue that it requires it), it’s also great in that it’s always available. You need not travel great distances to find potential locations. You can often shoot in weather … Continued

New Additions

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I’m pleased to announce the addition of some great new items to the store this month…today I wanted to show you the new Pastor Appreciation designs. (If you’re unfamiliar with these, our unique collection of personalized plaques is a memorable way for congregations and individuals alike to convey thanks to members of the clergy along … Continued

The Third Day – New Release

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The fourth edition of my photography book, The Third Day, was recently released. It’s a celebration of the natural world in all its splendor. God’s artistry inspires and motivates – and can be a great catalyst for reflection and contemplation. The plants, trees and landscape of New England are featured elements in the collection; paired … Continued

Fields of Color

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Monday I mentioned the wide variety of interesting colors and color combinations I’ve found in the fields of lupine here in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. I received emails from quite a few of you asking if I’d share photos of some of those varieties…so here are a few for you to peruse. Enjoy, fellow lupine-lovers! 

Lupine Time!

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New Hampshire’s White Mountains this time of year are painted with the beautiful blooms of thousands of lupine plants. The Fields of Lupine Festival, now in its 17th year, began in the towns of Franconia, Sugar Hill and Easton – but has expanded to include a number of neighboring communities as well. I head up … Continued

And Now For Something Completely Different…

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In my last post I shared with you some photos of the beautiful National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. Today, it’s something from the other end of the spectrum…an architecturally modern and equally stunning church…the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, Arizona. Sitting on top of 200 feet of rock, it can be seen from quite … Continued

Be Inspired!

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“The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God.” Anne Frank

Beautiful Churches

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The world is full of lovely churches. Even ruins of churches and cathedrals can be breathtaking. One of my personal favorites is the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. (officially known as the Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul). 83 years in the making, the cornerstone was laid in 1907 with work finally completed … Continued