Born in, and named for Barryfield, Blunden is a part of Kingston’s history not only in legacy but in his longstanding contributions to the aesthetic of the town.
Some of the images are done in the day light, some worked out under electric light during the nights. My seven month old daughter Maria gives me such charmed smiles that I can ignore them only when she sleeps. Thus, I often work at night.
On clear mornings I could see for miles and miles; by mid-afternoon we were usually in the clouds. The crows would swoop down from the woods behind me and soar out over the valley below. I loved watching them from this vantage point.