Frame Shop: Purgatory Chasm

ErinPurgatory

 

Erin Stomski makes this pose look effortless. Before we began collaborating on Dancers in the Parks, she went in front of the lens at Purgatory Chasm. I consider this to be the genesis of the project.

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Frame Shop: Elm Park

Elm Park Bridge and Tree

To celebrate the promise of spring, this week’s framed and matted print is a flowering tree through the wooden bridge at Elm Park. The bridge in the photo is currently getting reworked by students at WPI, so this photo is now a link to another era of history!

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Introducing the Frame Shop

Dancer on Hay Frame

 

The frame shop is a corner of my site to purchase framed and matted prints of some of my personal favorites. Instead of putting them up all at once, I’ll introduce a new photo each Monday, and that featured photo will be available at a discount through the following Sunday.

The first in the collection is one of my favorites from my Dancers in the Parks project, Alexandra Bookis lying gracefully on a hay bale at Moore State Park in Paxton, Massachusetts.

Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to check in each Monday to see what’s new. If you have a favorite of one of my photos that you’d like to see featured here, please make a suggestion in the comments.