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About the PhotographerI'm a New Hampshire based photographer with a love of landscape, street, abstract, and nature photography. Whether your are here to follow my travel photoblog, or just to browse through my extensive photo gallery of New England and world photography, I hope you enjoy your visit! Continue reading...
- Bow Street Decks; Portsmouth, New Hampshire
- Art Barn; Star Island, New Hampshire
- Climbing for Nectar
- Navigating the Mekong; My Tho, Vietnam
- Fields of Portland Head Light; Cape Elizabeth, Maine
- Open for Business; Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
- Passing By; Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
- Over the Valley; Ronda, Spain
- Left Behind; Monroe, CT
- Mekong River Boat At Sunset; My Tho, Vietnam
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Photography Gallery: Farms
Below you'll find an archive of all "Farms" photographs I've taken over the years. Please note there may be multiple pages of photographs so keep scrolling or look for the "Older Posts" button!
So far 54 tornadoes have been reported from today’s storm, with Mississippi and Alabama getting the brunt of the storm, as was expected. Wasn’t planning on chasing today (if I was, my plan was to stay at the SE-corner of Missouri last night, and then to follow the storms across the south-central U.S. in the morning).
I followed a bunch of back-roads in Nebraska today until I got stuck on a single-lane dirt road (not shown here) and had to drive in reverse for a mile to get back to the other dirt-road (which I also had no idea how to get back home from). Every intersection on that road had clear visibility of 100% nothing for miles, and any road signs I passed were riddled with bullet holes. It was still remarkably beautiful and I didn’t see another person for over an hour while traveling on these roads: