Last fall I posted some images of a landmark of sorts located in Garrett County, MD, near Deep Creek Lake, a beautiful antique barn that is slowly collapsing. The post which was in response to a Word Press Weekly Photo Challenge titled “Unusual Point of View,” received a great deal of feedback from photographers and fellow barn lovers alike.
This past week I received a Facebook note from Bill who follows my photos telling me that the picturesque barn may have taken a turn (or more accurately a twist for the worst. (please see more photos and text below) Read More
This photo was taken during a recent winter trip to Deep Creek Lake. It had been a cloudy weekend with a little rain and some snow but late Saturday afternoon the sun came out and the sky turned almost scarlet in color. I grabbed my gear and headed out to the lake, but the view of the sunset sky was not as accessible as I would have liked. So, I headed for the moonrise. (Please see second photo and more text below)
When you photograph a body of water like Deep Creek Lake as much as I have, you realize the your best friend in a visual sense is what lies around the lake, not always what is in it. Especially during the winter when the boats have been stowed away for the season and the docks have been rolled up on to the shore. (please see more text below) Read More
For the past few weeks I have been highlighting posts from 2013 that either were well viewed or in a couple of cases, my personal favorites. Today’s post which I also think is a perfect fit for the WordPress’ Weekly Challenge this week : Beginning is the last in that series, (I promise!)
This post originally ran July 23, 2013, a little over a month after the blog went daily so there is a pretty good chance most of you have not seen it yet. (please see second photo and more text below) Read More