Path to Somewhere Road Home“Road Home”, the sand two track leadeth the way to the peace and solace of the sea. Photographed in Truro, Cape Cod.Long Road HomePhotographed in the majestic Palouse, I wanted to travel these roads forever. “Long Road Home” takes me many places. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”Path to TruroFor each, the path is unique. I could walk forever amongst you. “Path to Truro” photographed in the dunes, Truro, Cape Cod.Power of the SeaThe insurgence, the power upon the sea, at first glimpse. “Power of the Sea” photographed on the northern California coast. The Beginning“The Beginning”, photographed in the Sierra Nevada De Santa Marta, Colombia in magic light. I am attracted to paths, from where they come and where they go.Beyond“Beyond”, the path to forever, the path to the sky. Photographed using a sensitive, granular film, appreciated for the essence portrayed.DiscoverPhotographed in Central Vermont, “Discover” embodies the unknown, the distant past or the adventured present. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”To the SkyWhen I turned and saw the path leading to the deep sky, I wanted to follow it. Photographed in the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”TomorrowThe approach to the sea is not to be forgotten; the sand dunes, blowing grasses and the crashing sound of the waves. “Tomorrow” was photographed on the Cape Cod National Seashore.Enchanted PassagePhotographed on Cumberland Island, “Enchanted Passage” meanders the spirit of both desolation and strength. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”The ReturnIn the heart of Patagonia Chile, these mountains stirred me. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”Path to DugneonesThe “Path to Dugneones” was part of a network of old carriage roads through the majestic Georgian Islands. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”Taking the TurnI can hear the blowing grasses as the birds fly overhead. “Taking the Turn” photographed in the Palouse, WA.To the MountainsIn the grasslands of Alberta, the mountains called me nearer. "To the Mountains", photographed in the Canadian frontier using film.The Passage“The Passage” brings a sense of adventure into the heart of Patagonia Chile. Photographed using Ilford 400 film.100 Miles“100 Miles” until the next mail box. I imagine the distance, the surrounding space, the expanse. Photographed in New MexicoThe Distance“The Distance”. I wanted to try and capture the sense of approach, no less the magnitude of the California coast.By ContrastPhotographed in a boldly lite Vermont forest, I studied the nature of defining light amongst the trees.Around the BendSlowly descending the hollow in Bucks County, it was like going back in time. Do gnomes live here? “Around the Bend” photographed in Bucks County, PA using Ilford Film.TranscendI “Transcended” to the source itself, the very place water comes from the ground. Photographed in Patagonia, Chile.Take Me Home“Take Me Home”, I am drawn to paths, from where they lead, from where they’ve been. Photographed in VermontHeading Home"Heading Home" after a hard days work. Photographed in Cuba using Ilford Film.Cross RoadsI photographed “Cross Roads” using one of my favorite films, Kodak HIE to better establish the mood in the landscape, and the relationship of the path, barn and dream like surroundings.Ancient Walnut GroveThe grafted pattern and form of the “Ancient Walnut Grove” attracted me. Photographed in California using Ilford black and white film.The Sound of Silence“The Sound of Silence”, just before the first droplets of rain awakening the water. Green River Reservoir, VermontTimelessCresting the dirt road, “Timeless” in the Vermont hills. Photographed using Ilford film.The Eternal“The Eternal”, from where we come, from where we go. Fern Canyon“Fern Canyon”, a coastal California trail through the redwoods. Photographed using Ilford 400 Film.