Hello photography enthusiasts! It’s Don’s Girl Friday, Anne, again. I just spoke with Don on the phone this weekend as he was making his way home from ‘the county.’ He had set out very early in the morning to photograph potato blossoms (’tis the season already!) and as it is with Don, he makes friends wherever he goes. This trip was no exception, as an Amish family befriended him immediately and let him photograph potato blossoms on their farm.
Don and Lois have just buttoned up the Yarmouth Clam Festival and are now already thinking about York Craft Days, coming up August 7 and 8 at the York Beach Ball Field. The Donald Verger Nubble Light Calendar, the only all-Nubble Calendar in the world from what we can tell, premiered at the Clam Festival and will be available at this event as well.
Whether you call it the Cape Neddick Light or the Nubble Lighthouse, it’s a dear and hallowed landmark for many people, especially Donald Verger. This fine art photography calendar is comprised of carefully curated photographs taken over many years.
All are notable, though one in particular comes from the Patriots Day Storm of 2007 when Don rushed to the Nubble before the road was closed and managed to take 7000 photographs over a 2 day period. He captured the little stalwart light being buffeted by gigantic waves and was the only photographer out there for the storm.
Don and Lois hope to see you at the York Craft Days, where Lois will have her beautiful sea glass jewelry and other pieces, and where Don’s Fine Art Photography Calendars and Nubble Lighthouse Calendar will be available.