After a 2 year hiatus, I have returned to posting. Since my last post, my wife and I have relocated to North Carolina and I have gone through a re-examination of my photographic work. The Vermont Project was very satisfying but after completing it I was not sure what was next. Luckily I have become involved with a local art league and in the process my enthusiasm has been rekindled...selling some prints helps also. I will remain focused on what I call an "American Roots" art perspective drawing inspiration from Hudson River School landscapes and late 19th/early 20th century photography. But I have also added astrophotography into the mix. The image above is Lake Tomahawk located in my new hometown of Black Mountain, NC. Just as the sun rises, the tops of mountains turn a lovely red-orange, especially in the winter. This particular group are known locally as the seven sisters. Lake Tomahawk was created by the CCC about 1935, another example of treasures left us by that wonderful depression era program.