Posts Tagged forest

Rules are meant to be broken

My apologies for my absence last week, but there are simply way too many things happening at the moment, which makes it a bit hard to get on with everything I want to do…I promise though, there are some big changes and some great stuff coming soon. Also, stay tuned at, where we will [...]

A few feet apart, a world apart

Last week, I posted a few images from our favorite snow-covered forest. The image spoke of calm, peace and serenity (and of implied nudity, if you, like me, have a crooked mind). This week, I am posting an image made a few seconds after the ones posted last week, literally two or three feet away [...]

White forest, Black forest

Some stories just jump at you unannounced. Others take years to make. Yet others are a bit of both. This is one of those. I have been scouting this little forest for years now, always wishing and hoping for a good snow dump. Not any kind of snow, it had to be wet and sticky. [...]

Secret Garden, revisited

Since my return from Morocco I have been extremely busy with a lot of photo projects. Alongside a few things that I can’t quite disclose yet, I have been splitting my time between teaching classes at Henry’s School of Imaging, private workshops and spending inordinate amounts on new (but I assure you necessary) gear purchases. [...]

You gotta do what you gotta do

Cold: check; Wet: check; Long and painful: check; Did I say wet? check. Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do to get the shot. I’ve been procrastinating on buying waders to take these kinds of shots, so when came the time to make it happen, off came the shoes, the socks [...]