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Two Weeks in NJ – Week 1 1

The last couple weeks of September brought me back to northern New Jersey for work again, and of course I managed to get out and shoot a bit.  I visited some of my usual haunts – both in daylight and under cover of darkness, as well as added a couple of others spots – including […]


Magazine Articles, Slide Scans and the Train Show

Busy times lately – both at work and at home.  But I figured it was time for a quick blog post to stir things up a bit and let you all know where things are.  First off, you’ll see my work – both photos and writing – in a couple magazines’ March 2012 issues, one […]


On the way home – M&E and NS

Since I drove down to New Jersey this trip, I was able to shoot a little on my way back.  I figured two easy stops were in order – both of which were very close to I-287.  First was the Morristown & Erie shops in Morristown, NJ, and the second was the NS/NJT yard in […]


Iona Island on the way home

A couple weeks back, I had to take a short-notice work trip down to New Jersey (pictures from that trip are here).  But the different thing about this trip is I drove down, instead of my usual mode of transportation – the Acela.  So on the way home, I swung by Iona Island in Stony […]


Why I Shoot the Mundane – OR – ETTS happens

I’ve been doing a bit of spring cleaning in the office here at home, and in the process I came across a stack of slides I needed to file back into the binders.  Well, while doing that, I came across one slide that caught my eye – it was taken back in 2003 in Niantic, […]


Some 2003 & 2004 Slide Scans

Been a bit busy lately – I did manage to get out on Monday morning for a bit and catch Providence & Worcester train NR-2, but I haven’t gotten around to processing the images yet (pretty run-of-the-mill stuff, so nothing earth shattering).  In the meantime, here’s a trio of slide scans from a few years […]


Back a couple weeks – MetroNorth Harmon Shops open house 4

A couple weeks ago, good friend and fellow photographer Bob LaMay and I took a ride out to the Metro North Croton-Harmon shops for their annual open house.  With some time limitations on both of our parts, we planned our day out, instead of using the usual “wing-it” scheduling I’m used to.  Our plan was […]