With Labor Day marking the unofficial end of Summer here in the US, it's time for a catch up post to cover the past many weeks I haven't updated this blog. Suffice it to say that this Summer has been a fast, furious and busy affair. So much so that I have been behind the scenes recalibrating my business strategies and preparing for the next chapter in this photographic journey.
After the long, brutally cold Winter that brought us record low temperatures and record high snow accumulations, we are now only a few days from the start of Spring. I've been on the lookout for the early signs like Jonquils and Tulips breaking ground and Robins strutting about in search of worms. No luck so far but any day now, and it will be official.
Built in 1855, the Seven Foot Knoll Light once occupied a spot at the mouth of the Patapsco River where it meets the mighty Chesapeake Bay. Like most 19th century lighthouses, it was manned by keepers over the years...
With the Fall colors now long gone and old man Winter less than three weeks away I have reluctantly entertained thoughts of those cold days with snow on the ground. The transition came quickly this year so there was little choice but to embrace what had arrived.