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Tag: winter

Photographing Snowflakes

One of my favorite books growing up was Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin. Wilson Bentley sets up an ingenious microscope camera setup in New Hampshire and Vermont and and is one of the first (and probably the most prolific) person to photograph and show the immense diversity and geometry of snowflakes. Bentley is 100% committed […]

New England Ice Climbing – Huntington Ravine

To me, ice climbing looks slow, dangerous, fickle, painful, gear-intensive, and cold. I don’t really get why so many people do it across New England.. This winter I’m starting a photojournalism project on why people ice climb in New England and I had my first trip of the season up to Huntington Ravine on the […]

An Aerial View of Southern West Virginia Coal Country

Somerville Maple Syrup Boil Down

We were lucky enough to get some quality snow before the annual Groundwork Somerville Maple Syrup Boil Down. All the syrup is harvested around the city and the stove was built by the Somerville High School metalworking class a few years ago.

Lowery: Travels Up North with my Grandfather

I’ve always had a great pride that my Mom’s side of the family is from this romantic northern region of New Hampshire, “Yeah, I grew up in Massachusetts, but I’m sort of from Canada via New Hampshire and Vermont,” I like to boast. I was particularly proud that my Grandmother didn’t learn any English until […]