Blue Poppy Saga


Good morning,

Zach and I made a quick run over to Longwood this morning to finish up another Tech Tip, and let’s be honest who can visit Longwood and not shoot a few images 🙂

I thought maybe the Blue Poppies would be on the agenda until I realize that we spent too much time finalizing the video (20 minutes) and the line was down the hall (lol).  Oh well, I live close so I’ll make a run back over soon!

Best of Light,


Thank You!


Good morning and Happy New Year,
As the year quickly draws to a close I want to give thanks to my amazing and loyal supporters! I had a very good year and of course that wouldn’t have happened without your support.

I took some time off over the holidays to reflect on this past year and what life lessons I have learned. Yes, even at my age you learn things! (lol) I’ve visited some amazing places and captured some incredible images. I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with old and new friends and above all else I’m thankful for my family.

I also would like to take this time to thank my amazing Sponsors for all of their support. Without them it would be a real struggle!!!

Happy New Year and again, Thank You!!!

Best of Light,



2014-5755Good morning and happy Sunday,
With the gloomy and rainy weekend that we are having here in Eastern Pennsylvania I thought I would share a more cheerful image to hopefully brighten your day just a bit.
I captured this image from Friday’s Longwood Gardens adventure and for me nothing says cheerful more than a Daisy!

Best of Light,


The Elusive Blue Poppy

Blue Poppy

For the past couple of weeks the elusive Himalayan Blue Poppy has graced Longwood Gardens causing a stir among photographers and gardeners alike. These spectacular flowers—which are native to the high elevations of the Himalayan Mountains, are forced by Longwood to bloom every year in March.

They are a difficult flower to photograph mainly due to planting locations and not having the cleanest backgrounds for photography.  Every year photographers (including myself) try their best to capture and do justice to this beautiful plant!

Best of Light,