December 31, 2020. What a crazy year this has been. With everything that happened this year, I obviously wasn’t able to get out to photograph as much as a normal year, but I still wanted to take a look back at some of my favorites from the year.
It’s Christmas Eve afternoon, and with it being a more low-key holiday than usual this year, I thought it would be a good day to take a look back at some highlights from the fall.
I’m excited to announce my gallery exhibition “Seasonal Scenes Rhode Island” at AS220 in Providence will open this Saturday, September 5th and run through September 26th. Viewing by appointment only. View the full post for details and to see the virtual gallery!
It’s hard to believe we’re less than two days away from the start of 2020. As we get ready put 2019 and the 2010s in the rear view mirror, I wanted to take a look back with some of my favorite shots from the past year.
It’s the first Saturday of December, and with the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to take a look back at some of my favorite shots from the fall.
I ended up only making it out a few times to shoot, but three of those trips were to Lincoln Woods State Park, one of my favorite spots in Rhode Island in the fall. It was cool to be able to visit the same spots and see the progression of the colors over the last two weeks of October.
Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Brian Lavall Photography website. This is the first major update to my website since 2017, and the biggest refresh since I moved to Wordpress in 2014. Read the full story to learn about my upcoming plans, the site redesign, and what it means for the future of my photography.
I’m excited to announce five new photographs, “Providence Fourth of July”, “Fall on the Ten Mile River”, “Storms Over Point Street”, “Spring Afternoon on South Water”, and “Clear Currents at WaterFire” are now being showcased in the AS220 Flat File Project!
Last week a couple of my friends and I took a trip up to the Stowe area of Vermont to visit another friend of ours from college. None of us had been up north in a few years, so we were excited to get away from the city and get out to the mountains for some hiking and golf.
Bristol is one of my favorite spots in Rhode Island, and in the last few years I’ve always tried to get down there in the weeks leading up to the Fourth of July for some photos. This year, I also made it to the parade. Check out my first photo story to see the images from Bristol and the parade!
I’m excited I can finally share this news! Three of my photographs, “Iway Sunset Light Trails”, “Blackstone River Black and White”, and “Point Street Skyline at Blue Hour” are now being featured in the AS220 Galleries Flat File Project.