Eel Pond in Edgartown, MA is the setting for this 2014 winter abstract.
The first snow of 2016 blows in on northeast winds from Nantucket Sound along Beach Road in Oak Bluffs, MA
A murder of crows flies along the dunes on Beach Road in Oak Bluffs, MA
Pale winter light illuminates Edgartown Lighthouse in Edgartown, MA in December 2014.
As the sunsets on a cold December day, the moon rises over Stonewall Beach in Chilmark, MA
Mid-summer heat is reflected in this early morning view of the West Chop Lighthouse and keepers cottage in Vineyard Haven, MA in 2014.
An hot and humid day in Summer 2014 colors the big barn at Tashmoo Farm in Vineyard Haven, MA.
Seen from the old town Water Works building in Vineyard Haven, MA, a summer 2015 sunset silhouettes trees along the shore of Lake Tashmoo
Late autumn light pours across the recently hayed meadow at Nat's Farm in West Tisbury, MA. This is one photograph from a series taken during the last hour of spectacular sunset light on December 3, 2015.
I love this place! In all seasons, Nat's Farm Meadow in West Tisbury, MA offers light, texture, mood, as it does in this 2014 winter photograph. The place is a reminder of the fading rural life of Martha's Vineyard.
Though realtively mild overall, winter 2016 offerd some really great photographic opportunities like this solitary pine set against wind blown snow in a roadside field in Chilmark, MA.
What could this be, a beached and snow covered Killer Whale? Just a snow and ice covered dinghy waiting for summer 2015 weather to free it from the grip of winter on the harbor beach in Vineyard Haven, MA.
A favorite place to walk and photograph, Duarte's Pond in West Tisbury, MA offers endless opportuniries to meditate on all things natural, water in particular. Here, summer 2015 light passing through overhanging shoreline tress plays with plant life on and beneath the surface of the pond.
The setting sun casts a warm glow on a sail and boom on the Schooner Alabama in August 2014. Not much wind, but great light!
The old Water Works building in Vineyard Haven, MA was recently rennovated and is now used as a community space. In 2011, before being restored, it offered me an opportunity to comtemplate its past disrepair through a fisrt floor window.