I was invited out to Flemington, New Jersey to take some portraits of Henry, his canine buddies and their mom Stephanie. From the moment I arrived, Henry was crawling around at supersonic speeds and smiling constantly. Great session!
The power of THE GOOGLE put me in touch with Lauren at Rice’s Market. They have been working on getting their new site looking snazzy and happened to find landscapes I did at Rice’s back in early February 2013. That’s search optimization, kiddies!
Lauren asked if I could come out and capture a day in the life of Rice’s Market. All of the sights to be had from a variety of vendors and customers that flood the field each week. Rice’s also encourages people to bring their dogs. What a great day! I finished off the afternoon by having a chili dog on a sunny bench next to their concession barn. No photos of that though. Sometimes it’s better to put down the camera and enjoy the moment for what it is.
Spring is finally visible at Duke Farms. We did some walking and some bike riding to see most of the grounds. It goes on and on and on. Doris Duke has the best yard in America.
Today I went for a nature walk with my friends Keely and Jill at Lord Stirling Park in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. The fresh country air was a nice change of pace and I didn’t need a jacket. I had an hour before heading to lunch, so I knew I couldn’t take photos of everything I saw. Here are a few choice selections from the walk.
Lorraine Dey is an exceptionally talented artist. Her work has been featured on products sold at major retailers and she has illustrated children’s books such as “The Rain Forest Party” and “A Sweater for Duncan”. She is also one heck of a nice person and makes a mean chicken salad. For Lorraine’s portraits we made great use of her lovely home studio, backyard and local marshlands minutes from her home studio.