Almost as much as I love writing, I love photography. Almost. Some days I am happiest just grabbing my camera and heading out the door. I shoot digital, of course, not with my phone (except in a pinch) but with a Kodak Easyshare, which I love. There are photos I’ve taken scattered throughout this site, but this page is where I put the photos I’ve taken that don’t have – or need – a story to go with them.
New York is my city, my happy place, yet today I was going there for an unhappy reason.Read More
I walked without music or human company, but you know I had to take my camera…Read More
“My only duty was to describe reality as it had come to me — to give the mundane its beautiful due.” John UpdikeRead More
“April is full of promise. The world emerges from winter with a big ta-da, as though it had secretly been changing into its dogwoods and daffodils behind a curtain of snow, preparing to dazzle everyone. All that came before was rendered unimportant – the bottomless hollow mood of winter, disappointment, lost chances and wasted time, even death momentarily held no sway in the face of that first breath of springtime.” From my upcoming novel “The Bacchae”...Read More
“By January it had always been winter.” E. Annie Proulx, The Shipping News ...Read More