I’ve had a passion for photography since I was a teen. In my early twenties, I worked for a local photographer as a B&W darkroom tech for a couple of years. After that, I reluctantly decided I needed to get serious about life and put photography on the back burner for several decades.
Ten years ago, my wife made the mistake of gifting me a DSLR for my birthday. Now, at seventy years of age, I have the time, despite limited resources, to pursue this long-avoided passion. Living in the northeastern United States, I have the luxury of photographing in four distinct seasons with wildlife, landscapes and seascapes all in close proximity.