Wind | From the Mary E. Prescott Pier

I wanted to give everyone a little flavor of what it’s like to be out shooting in the elements and conditions that often lend themselves to making great photographs, so I’ve included a video from that day below.  This late evening on the Mary E. Prescott Pier might look familiar – as I previously posted a similar shot from the same spot, which I think has a great allure between the docks and the bridge.  The intense wind that day was refreshing, and can definitely be seen on the water’s surface.  This post is in honor of fall’s arrival and the approaching New England winter!  Let me know in the comments if you’d be interested in more video footage in the future.

Wind | From the Mary E. Prescott Pier

I wanted to give everyone a little flavor of what it’s like to be out shooting in the elements and conditions that often lend themselves to making great photographs, so I’ve included a video from that day below.  This late evening on the Mary E. Prescott Pier might look familiar – as I previously posted a similar shot from the same spot, which I think has a great allure between the docks and the bridge.  The intense wind that day was refreshing, and can definitely be seen on the water’s surface.  This post is in honor of fall’s arrival and the approaching New England winter!  Let me know in the comments if you’d be interested in more video footage in the future.

The Pond at Coryell Ranch

On one of the windiest days I’ve ever seen without having official hurricane status, the sky cleared and the sunset was rewarding after nearly sweeping the wedding tent away. Lucky to spend my vacation with Steph (even though I made her fly on the prop plane) and visit some fantastic old friends.  Congratulations to Jon and Lindsay, hopefully they’re kicking back down in Mexico on the beach with an umbrella drink in my honor.

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