I suppose if I were a water faerie, I might like to call this home. With rooms with a view and reading lights in every nook, it is interesting, pleasing to the eye and remarkably odd, all at the same time. If it isn't enough to just gaze at for a while, you might be interested to know that it opens. It is like some labyrinthine sea creature recently discovered near the Galapagos. This is the stunning creation of my Daughter Jacqueline Richard. It has been said, if you build it they will come. I wonder....
Nikon D610, 1/20 second at f/13, ISO 400, 44mm (28-300mm)
Thinking back, it started at Caffe Vittoria in the North End of Boston for us. We have had no better cappuccino, although many close encounters. Add a shot of Bailey's Irish Creme and it becomes a fitting dessert for any meal, At home, it has become a tradition each Sunday morning. It has taken some time to perfect the formula, the steaming of the milk, proper espresso, brewing time, organic cinnamon, and the sequence of events, It is a work in progress, but the result is closely approaching a near perfect result.
Fuji X100T, 1/80 second at f/2.0, ISO 200, 23mm
Love Locks... It seems there are hundreds of Love Lock locations around the world. Who knew. There are maps available online. I wonder if I could get a grant to document all of them. I think I will start in Penang and head to Toowoomba, Australia jumping over to Montevideo, Uraguay for what seems to be the only Love Lock location in South America. This picture was taken on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston.
Fuji X100T, 1/2000 second at f/3.2, ISO 200, 23mm
Just over the crest of the hill near Heywood Reservoir, the northern most water body of Wekepeke, is Sholan Farms with a glorious view of the eastern horizon. Good Morning!
Nikon D610, 1/4000 second at f 5.0, ISO 4000, 150mm, Tamron 150-600
This little guy scared me pretty good. All was quiet just after dawn this morning, walking along a pond (Lynde Basin) and this beaver slaps his his tail - it sounded like a boulder fell from the sky. I was obviously intruding.
Nikon D610, 1/60 second at f5.6, 300mm, ISO 400, 28-300
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts. I take photographs every day and