November 2020 Frigid Light Photography Newsletter



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November 2020 Frigid Light Photography Newsletter
By David Howland • Issue #4 • View online
Today is a big day for me. It’s my last day at my desk job at Caviar and my first day as a full time photographer. I’ve been working at Caviar for over six years and have gone through two corporate acquisitions (Square in 2014 and DoorDash in 2019), one IPO in 2015, and a huge range of experiences. It’s definitely time for something new, however, and I’m excited to be pursuing photography full time.

A selfie while riding up the Cadillac Mountain Summit Road
A selfie while riding up the Cadillac Mountain Summit Road
I actually had a pretty great October. I spent some time visiting family on Mt Desert Island at the beginning of the month. The highlight of this trip was a 30+ mile bike ride around Acadia National Park including the auto road to the summit of Cadillac Mountain. The fall colors were beautiful and the climb to the summit was tough but worth it.
I also went on a sunrise hike to the Bubbles to photograph the sun rising over Jordan Pond. I’ve been wanting to do this hike for years now and I’m not quite ready to share the images. I can share this time-lapse, however.
2020-10-13 Jordan Pond Sunrise Timelapse
2020-10-13 Jordan Pond Sunrise Timelapse
I’ve also really been enjoying the start of fall on Cape Cod. Although this year seems to be a lot busier than normal, the leaves have been changing and the weather is definitely cooler and crisper. Our local trails have been stunning for the last few weeks.
At the very end of the month, on October 31st, we were treated to a Halloween Blue Moon. The second full moon of the month rising on Halloween night is something that hasn’t happened since 1944 which makes it “once in thirty blue moons”. I went out to Sandy Neck to photograph the moon rise.
Click the link below to see more photos on my blog. It was a beautiful moonrise and Sandy Neck is always a great place to watch sunset.
Last Day for 2021 Calendar Preorders
Today is the last day to preorder my 2021 Landscape Photography Calendar at the reduced price of $16. Tomorrow the price will go up and I won’t have many calendars leftover to sell on demand so if you’d like 12 months of landscape photography to usher in 2021, click the link below to preorder now.
2021 Frigid Light Photography Calendar
I’ve also put together a Cape Cod Lighthouse Greeting Card Pack in time for the holidays. This set of 6 blank greeting cards features pictures of 5 different Cape Cod lighthouses.
You can buy this set of greeting cards at the link below and use code NOV20EMAIL for free shipping to the United States.
As we start moving towards winter, I’m looking forward to winter hiking and have set my sights on a winter Franconia Notch traverse. I’m planning to take a bunch of overnight photography trips to spots around New England where it’s safe to do so and am also excited about exploring more of Cape Cod. If you enjoyed this newsletter, please share it! Every bit of support is greatly appreciated. If you have any feedback on this newsletter you can always reply directly to let me know what you think.
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David Howland

Each month I share new images, a phone wallpaper, and other content about Cape Cod, New England, and beyond.

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