New England Sky

A few more images from May…

Dow spring maple

PEA quad spring

PEA library spring

beach hampton shore

All photographs by the author.

About Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson teaches religion, ethics, philosophy, and human rights at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH. He is the author of *American Universities and the Birth of Modern Mormonism, 1867-1940* (University of North Carolina Press, 2016) and nonfiction essays about Bosnia for the Canadian literary magazine *Numero Cinq*. Born in 1975 in Olean, NY, he earned the Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of Virginia, where he specialized in American religious history. He writes, teaches, and lectures about religion in America, popular culture, Mormonism, and Bosnia. He lives in Exeter with his partner, Alexis Simpson, and their two children.
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3 Responses to New England Sky

  1. Rick Simpson says:

    The eye, the compositions. Beautiful, Tom.

    • Tom Simpson says:

      Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m still experimenting with the iPad 2, which has real gifts and limitations as a camera. I took the beach shot in Hampton with an iPhone, which seems to have more versatility and take better pictures on the first try. But both are allowing me to have some fun trying to capture the really vibrant, rapidly changing spring landscapes in New Hampshire.

  2. Rick Simpson says:

    Seeing these again just now, Tom (early morning 6/8/13), and noticing the third image from the top: it could have acted as a direct prompt for what Loquasto was doing in that BAM set design I’ve been mentioning. Uncanny resemblance.

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