It's that time of year again. The Tour of the Battenkill is one of my favorite races. I've been shooting it since its inaugural year and I'm looking forward to getting back out on the gravel on May 20th!
About a year ago, a representative from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) contacted me about including a video I captured of a snow devil in Halfmoon, New York in the 2017 version of the International Cloud Atlas. The newest edition went live today.
The International Cloud Atlas was first published in 1896 and there have been eight versions since its first publication. The 2017 version is the first edition to be completely online and include multimedia. I am honored to be part of such a long standing scientific publication.
From Edible Capital District's Favorite Photos of 2016 Collection: "Every photo shoot is different, but they all have interesting details that tell the story just as effectively as the main images. This portrait was captured during an afternoon shoot at the home of Kelly and Garry Brown for a feature on their beef stew. Their two dogs were excited and curious and most likely hungry from the smell of the stew cooking on the stove. They expectantly sat under the table waiting, listening, and hoping for some of the delicious food. As a photographer tasked with capturing the concept of a cozy and comfortable home at the holidays, happy dogs under a beautifully prepared meal is a detail I couldn’t pass up."
-Photographer John Bulmer.