After the dark of winter spring arrives with the dawn quietly,
on tip toe, to Mashomack Preserve.
It flies in on the wings of returnig osprey, heron and bluebird.
Then it unfurls in a rush of light and suddenly, surprisingly,
It is deep green summer.
Mashomack, named by the original Manhanset inhabitants means “
Where They Go By Water". The preserve, maintained by the Nature
Conservency consists of 2,039 acres of woods and fields surrounded
by water and laced with creeks, kettle ponds fresh water wetlands
and salt marshes. It comprises almost one third of Shelter Island,
an island sheltered between the north and south forks on the eastern
end of Long Island, New York.
I am interested in using the medium photography as a means of self-expression and exploration of the world. I have been making images since the 1970's, at that time primarily making black and white fine prints. Now I make hand-made and digital books. I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and a founder member of its Contemporary Group. In 1989 I co-founded London Independent Photography. www.londonphotography.org.uk
TRACKS ACROSS CANADA a winter journey Published December 10, 2013
3 sights seen Published September 04, 2013
sights seen Published December 06, 2012
NATURE'S OPEN SECRET Published December 09, 2011
Seen in Siena Published August 15, 2011
ASPECTS OF ROME Published August 15, 2011
Seven Generations a journey Published January 10, 2011
Chasing Waves Virginia Khuri Published April 07, 2010