Summer is travel-by-sailboat on photo trips for us, and we made good use of our time with several trips to Martha’s Vineyard, Rhode Island, Maine, Connecticut, and Long Island, as well as local photo trips by van in-between our seafaring jaunts. Please take a look at the rotating images above to get a glimpse of some of our recent summer journeys.
We’ve also traveled extensively this fall in search of what seems to be very elusive foliage, at least in the east. We managed to capture some decent photos in the Adirondacks of New York, but in most other places we visited, leaves were either brown, already dropped, very drab, or still green. We did find some muted colors in patches, here and there, but nothing like we’re used to seeing. A disappointment, for sure.
On a different note: Paul is coming out of his animal tracking “retirement” to offer a workshop with George Leoniak at Rowe Camp and Conference Center on the weekend of November 10-12. You can get more information by clicking here.
Paul Rezendes’ lifelong love of nature is the inspiration for his compelling and transcendent images of North America’s wild, rural, and coastal habitats. With 30 years of experience, Paul’s high-quality fine art photographs have appeared in hundreds of calendars, magazines, posters, catalogues, postcards and books, as well as brochures and promotional materials for corporate and commercial accounts in the US and abroad.