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Tag: massachusetts

You Have to Make the Runners Sweat

Julia Hanlon and Lindsay Smith out in Amherst, Hadley, and Belchertown, Massachusetts: Colin Santangelo, Sara Wroblewski, and Eric Wilburn running around the Blue Hills:

Best Trail Running in Massachusetts(in my new opinion)

While scouting for wide open fields for a new trail running photography project with Janji and Dylan, Emma and I stumbled upon Ward Reservation in Andover, MA. This place rocks. There is so much diversity here: bog boardwalks, fields, hills, single track, dirt roads, views of Boston, stone walls, dark woods, and even an epically […]

Farewell to the ferry life

It’s time to say good bye to the ferry commute. I’ve spent the last 6 months commuting back and forth on the Steamship Authority ferries between Woods Hole and Martha’s Vineyard. It’s just a 45 minute boat ride, but add in theĀ 2 hour drive from Boston to the parking lot and then a 15 minute […]

Welcome to the Island…

I’ve moved to Menemsha on Martha’s Vineyard. I still have my place in Somerville, but will slowly be transitioning to this new island.

Water Chestnut Harvesting in Fairhaven Bay

I was digging through my archives today, looking for photos for a talk I’m giving that show my development as a photographer and was struck by how much I’m still driven by the outdoors and the people right around me. One project I shot back in the summer before my freshman year at Tufts really […]