St. Vincent

•February 7, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I stumbled upon this video a few months back but was unable to post due to restrictions.  It’s part of a larger set with Andrew Bird which can be found here: Andrew Bird & St. Vincent

This remains as my favorite live performance.  Annie Clark (St. Vincent) is an acquired taste but I’m absolutely hooked now.

Illuminated Balloon

•July 22, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Illuminated Balloon, originally uploaded by Synchronizer.

An unexpected treat for my new camera at the Green River Festival in Greenfield, Massachusetts. This balloon was gracefully passing through the audience with a team of escorts to keep it grounded. The overcast sky and heat lightning made for a blue hue and artificial vignette produced an interesting gradient.

Dead Horse Point

•July 10, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Dead Horse Point, originally uploaded by Synchronizer.

Dead Horse Point is located north of Moab in Utah. Truly one of the more amazing locations I’ve seen a sunset.

Return to Madame Sherri’s Castle

•June 11, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Hidden away in the woods of Chesterfield, New Hampshire, lies Madame Sherri’s Castle. Of course this was not actually a castle to the common definition but compared to the surrounding homes, it was extraordinary. All that remains after a fire ravaged the home is a basic foundation and this unique stone staircase. Fortunately, this location has avoided graffiti and vandalism thus far.

Iron Bridge

•April 5, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Iron Bridge, originally uploaded by Synchronizer.

After a day of aimlessly driving in my friends new Land Rover Discovery we came across a small park in New Boston, NH. I was desperate for a photo opportunity but nothing really caught my eye until I saw this bridge. Out of around 50 photos it’s the only one I think is worthy of posting. Extensive editing gave it a more rustic look which I came to like.

The Kills

•February 8, 2009 • 1 Comment

One of my favorite new bands, The Kills.  Tickets for their Boston show just went on sale today.

Old Mill

•January 31, 2009 • Leave a Comment


Old Mill, originally uploaded by Synchronizer.

Planted alongside the Merrimack River, Clocktower place as it is known today is full of luxurious apartments. A farcry from what it was originally intended.

This photo was taken with bracketed exposures of -2,0,2 and combined in Photomatix.