I’ve recently been honored to be featured by Leanne Cole on her blog. When such an extremely talented photographer, with a following/fan base I could only dream of having finds my images worthy of sharing with her followers, it is truly an honor and quite humbling.
Thank you, Leanne
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The person I would like to introduce you to today is someone I don’t really know, but would really like to. Kaz from Days and Months has been telling me about some of the photographers she really enjoys and Jeff Sinon, and his blog Jeff Sinon Photography was one of them. I was blown away when I saw his blog and knew that I had to seek permission so I could shoe you his work, though I am pretty sure many of you already know him. I could tell he photographed an area that was nothing like where I lived, so he told me he lives in the lakes region of New Hampshire. “Putting me a short drive from both the seacoast and the mountains. Most of my photography is focused on New Hampshire with some time in Maine as well.”
One of the things that really get to you…
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That’s right, you.
You know who you are. You’re the person who either can’t read, or understand pictures, or you simply think the rules don’t apply to you.
Sensitive ecosystem, that’s for suckers.
You’re the fisherman who has plenty of energy to carry your bait container down to the stream.
Probably a six pack too.
Yet the exertion required to carry it was too much for you to bear. Leaving you so drained you were unable to carry the empty container out with you. I know, I know, lifting the colossal weight of the empty container, then carrying it the thirty yards back to your car so you could dispose of it properly was obviously far too daunting a task for you to undertake.
Yea, you know who you are.
And you Suck!
- End of rant.
I know many of you have seen this photo before, but this is a moment I’ll always cherish.
Normally I’d come unglued if someone were to so inconsiderately step right in front of me as I set up for a photograph. But all I could think of as my daughter stepped into the frame, without so much as a thought as to what Daddy was doing, iPhone raised to take her own picture, was “please don’t move, please don’t move, at least not until after I can press the shutter!”
I knew that if she did, the moment would be over. Having her pose in an attempt to recreate the scene would not have been the same.
I made a few really spectacular shots the day I made this. All very dramatic, waves crashing over the rocks. This will always be my favorite.