The Great Woods, Mansfield MA

Lake Winnesquam Sunny

Finch on feeder admiring its reflection in the dining room window



computer repair, computer service, home wireless network help

Lexington, MA - Gorgeous sunset sandwiched between angry blizzard clouds and snow-covered trees

After a full day of being pounded by a blizzard, the skies abruptly clear and clouds part to reveal a stunning sunset sandwiched between wintry clouds and snow covered trees.  What’s a geek to do but pull over and squeeze off a few shots 🙂

pc repair, pc service

A lone maple stands statuesque against the winter sky


computer service, computer repair

White PInes covered under recent snowfall offer an idyllic glimpse of winter in New England


Jay with magic floating Cosmic Wimpout dice

Cosmic Wimpout featuring the magic floating dice.  A classic family game traditionally played during family vacations on Cape Cod. 

cosmic wimpout dice in action

Cosmic Wimpout dice float down onto the tile. Will it be a flash? A Freight train? A Super Nova, or a train wreck?

Cosmic Wimpout custom hand-crafted case includes porcelain playing surface and felt-lined compartments for pen, scorepads, and built in buzzer for "buzzing" Wimpouts.

huge Quincy black granite globe

Granite Spoken Here

To the rest of the world it’s a gravestone, but to folks from Quincy and those from the South Shore of Massachusetts, it’s a familiar landmark, similar to one that formerly graced the grassy rotary on the Quincy side of the Fore River bridge.  As young kids riding up route 3A on family trips to Grammy’s house in Quincy, we knew as soon as we approached the “Singing Bridge”, that the “Shiny Ball” lay just beyond.   Sadly, the Singing Bridge in all it’s art-deco splendor has been dismantled and a temporary erector-set structure stands in its place.  The original “Shiny Ball” has been moved to a place of prominence in front of Quincy City Hall, a quiet reminder of Quincy’s distant quarrying past as the premiere source of black granite. This photo is of a similarly sized “shiny ball” (6-8′ diameter) used as a gravestone in the Mount Wollaston Cemetery … “granite spoken here.”

cohasset mill river striper

Photo of Jules with Striped Bass from Mill River in Cohasset


Stripers corner baitfish in a blitz below the Mill River rapids on the outgoing tide.  Jules & James rush out onto the rocks to try their luck. Not long after James hauls in a schoolie, Jules does the same.  Her first Striper ever!