Monday, May 28, 2012

365 Days of Danvers:52

Happy Memorial Day!!
Happy to have gone to Danvers' Memorial Day Parade this morning. 
Hung out with my friend Deb Sacco, who's husband is a Danvers Fireman.
Here are several photos from the Parade. Thank you to all those who serve in the armed forces!!







Sunday, May 27, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 51

Out for my morning walk and found path in the woods off of 
Holten Street that led to a little bridge and this dam and waterfall.


Tuesday, May 22, 2012

365 Days of Danvers :50

Red Barn at Endicott Park 
Forest Street, Danvers, MA
Located in northeast Massachusetts, in the Town of Danvers, Endicott Park encompasses 165 acres, and is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore.
The park’s varied landscape includes pastoral views, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails and gravel roads for stress free and stroller friendly exploration of the park.

As a portrait photographer, I have done several photo shoots at this park.
 It is a spectacular location because of the interesting landscape, buildings and scenery. 
It is beautiful in all seasons.




Sunday, May 20, 2012

365 Days of Danvers:49

Aerial of Downtown
Danvers, MA




Saturday, May 19, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 48

Getting ready to ride on the Danvers Rail Trail.


Sunday, May 13, 2012

Fort Warren

I had the wonderful opportunity to take a one day workshop through
 New England Photo Workshops on Saturday with Don Toothaker and Bob Ring 
who are the founders/owners and are both fantastic photographers. 

We went to Fort Warren which is located on George's Island in Boston Harbor.
What a fantastic location and piece of New England History. As usual at these workshops,
I learned a lot and we played around with long exposures and speedlights.

Here is a sampling of my work from the day.  Enjoy...and if you have the chance to take a trip 
by ferry to George's Island...please do.










Thursday, May 10, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 47

Great Oak School
Pickering Street, Danvers, MA

Rooms 5 & 6





Wednesday, May 9, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 46

Calvary Episcopal Church
Cherry Street Danvers, MA

Being in the halls of this church every Tuesday night for the 
past year and a half, has enriched and saved my life.





Tuesday, May 8, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 45

Parking for Principal and Secretary
at Great Oak School. Pickering Street, Danvers, MA

On a side note, I was a student at Great Oak during my 3 -6 grades.



Monday, May 7, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 44

Cakes for Occasions
Maple Street, Danvers MA




Sunday, May 6, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 43

Maple Street Congregational Church
90 Maple Street, Danvers MA


Saturday, May 5, 2012

365 Days of Danvers:42

Great Oak School
Pickering Street, Danvers, MA
I went to elementary school here from 3-6th grades.



Friday, May 4, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 41

Undeveloped Rail Trail
Looking south bound (towards Salem) as it crossed under Maple Street/Rt. 62 in Danvers, MA



Thursday, May 3, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 40

This is a post from my first 365 project, dated May 11, 2008

The Dinner Bell
Today is Mother's Day and i went over to my Mom and Dad's this morning to wish my mom a happy mother's day and give her one of my special photos that i framed for her We chatted and my dad showed me an awesome old photo that he had taken and framed like 35 years years ago with his film SLR camera, which by the way he still uses with his 52mm 1.8 prime lens.


My parents yard is full of all sorts of wild flowers, tulips, and flowering trees and bushes. So i went out side with my camera. I got some amazing and wonderful photos and i had fun walking around the 3/4 acre lot and remembered all the fun me and my 4 siblings had in this huge yard; the skating rink my dad put up in the winter, the ball games my bothers had in the yard, the private spaces we made in the back yard at the end of the property next to the stone wall, and the huge vegetable garden my dad had with corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini squash etc etc. They are all wonderful memories. And just as i was walking back into the house after my back yard photo shoot, I saw the old dinner bell. And this was the best memory. Those were the days when kids could roam all over the neighborhood with out worries of strangers. And there were no cell phones. And when it was time for dinner or lunch, Mom would ring the "dinner bell" and no matter where we were in the neighborhood we would hear it and know that it was time to come home.


Today, as i took this photo, I could hear the sound of the bell and it was nice to come home again.




Wednesday, May 2, 2012

365 Days of Danvers: 39

Through the Window
Peabody Institute Library
Danvers, MA


Tuesday, May 1, 2012

365 Days of Damvers:38

Property Entrance
Somewhere on Locust Street, Danvers MA