Tag: Cape Cod

Feb 27 2011

Garden tour

Cape Cod is, like many places I suppose, a study in contrasts. Locals and summer people; beach shacks and trophy homes; and then there are the gardens. Every year there’s a fundraiser for the Provincetown art museum that is a tour of the hidden gardens of P-town. They are spectacular, even the little pocket gardens …

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Oct 04 2010

One final preview…

As I’ve mentioned before, I can get a little obsessive taking pictures of crashing surf. Thousands of frames and bazillions of electrons later, it all starts to look mind-numbingly the same. Except this one.

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Oct 03 2010

Something fishy

Looking at the collection of photos I’ve pulled together for my upcoming show, I was struck by the prevalence of water as a recurring theme in my work. Half of the 14 images in the show include water, as does the header image for this blog. [Update: I’ve since changed the header image; it’s not …

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Sep 30 2010

Morning mist

I can’t believe I hadn’t posted this image much earlier, so here I am making up for lost time. This was taken on one of those impossibly beautiful mornings on Cape Cod, when the light is rosy-gold and the air is as clear — and almost as tangible — as fine crystal. On those days …

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Sep 29 2010

Looking into the pond

There’s a pond at one end of the Beech Forest trail in the Province Lands on Cape Cod. On a short bridge beneath some overhanging trees you can stand and look out past the lily pads at a serene, almost glassy pool. That’s actually as far as I got along the trail, because it was …

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