Steam Heat

Central Baptist uses a forced steam system to heat the building. It’s old, clanky, and enjoys breaking down at least once a Winter. But it’s got charm.

Frozen River

I headed out on Saturday, determined to head down to the banks of the Delaware to take my “at least one photo a day.” After so many days of temperatures in the teens, the river was frozen all the way out to the shipping channel. This left the Riverton Boathouse jetting out into a land…

Winter Dunes

The Philly area has been hit with some rare weather the past few weeks, culminating with a prolonged period of temperatures in the teens 1 and a Winter Nor’easter. We’re used to these storms on the East Coast, with their strong winds and abundant precipitation. It’s just that the abundant precipitation is typically rain. This…

F8 and Be There

Today is the last full day of Winter, and the temperatures have rebounded from our week of ice and slush. It was Sunny, hovering around fifty degrees, and the ground is poking out from the remains of the snow. It was time for a photo walk. My recent experiences taking some drama photos inspired me…

Oh Slush!

This past week the Northeast was supposed to suffer from a Pi-Day Blizzard. Much of the Northeast did, indeed, experience a Pi-Day Blizzard. We got slush. I’m not a fan of snow. I like it once during the Winter so I can take some pictures and enjoy its beauty, but after that I’m fine if…

Unexpected Beauty

I was researching USB microphones on my MacBook yesterday afternoon when, unnoticed by me, the wall behind our desk suddenly took on a brilliant pink hue. My wife, ever more observant than her hyper-focused husband, pointed it out. “What’s the Sunset look like?” Now, when I’m typically in hyper-focus mode I get annoyed when someone…