Exploring using my Nikon 24-70/2.8 G via the Metabones adapter on my Sony NEX-6.
What does your $100,000 buy you? With the Nissan GT-R, a wicked fast hand-assembled supercar.
At the 2013 West Chester Iron Hill Criterium, pros and amateurs zip around the 1km course downtown, making a great venue for watching leads change and drama unfold.
This was a ton of fun – the car was originally a Pontiac G6. The owner brought it to his body shop and said, “I hate everything about it. Make it better.”
I was honored to be part of the Warriors’ Watch/A Hero’s Welcome escort for First Lieutenant Shane Clair of West Chester.
This AutoChromatica photo shoot is for a Pontiac enthusiast event, where they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of this model by putting my 3/4 shot on the commemorative giveaways.
These are shots from the Mercer Museum in Bucks County (PA) on a beautiful Thanksgiving Day.
I predict that the conservative, attractive design will keep its demand for years to come.
The marching bands and other acts were, as usual, wonderful.
There will be more from this one…
Did another AutoChromatica photo shoot today, with a lovely 1954 Corvette convertible.
My friend and fellow photographer Stephen Gushue joined me for a hike along Ricketts Glen’s Falls Trail, which encompasses 21 waterfalls in its inspiring 8-mile loop.
The always terrific Silence Kit played a great set in Philly at the Northstar, with my three favorite TSK songs included in the set list.
The Warriors’ Watch met Sgt. James Ritter Jr. at a local fire house and escorted him home, where a great neighborhood crowd was waiting.