Timothy Burke Mannle

Polo Ground SundownMay 24, 2017


Last weekend, while driving home after a shoot in Wallingford, CT, I found myself cruising along one of my favorite roads.  I was hoping that I might come across the scene you’ll see below.  I stopped, parked, grabbed my camera and just waited for these equine beauties to make their way over.  Eating paths through the field, It was quiet, calming and wonderful to watch.  What a lovely way to end the day.

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Sea Grass and Sand DunesMay 30, 2016

Last month I spent couple nights in Gloucester on Coffins beach aka Wingaersheek. One morning, not long after sunrise, I headed down to one of my favorite places to be. Apparently, a few others had the same idea. As I reached the crest of sea grass and sand dunes my sight was drawn to four shapes. It took me a second to realize what it or they were. Deer. Having never seen such a thing, I sprinted back over the sandy path to grab my camera bag. Below are a series of images of a family of deer frolicking along one of the most perfect stretches of beach anywhere.

Wingaersheek Beach
Wingaersheek Beach
Wingaersheek Beach
Wingaersheek Beach

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Good to be luckyMay 3, 2016

As I lifted the 67 up towards my eye, before a chance to change settings, I accidentally fired the shutter capturing what you see here. Sometimes it’s good to be lucky.

Timothy Burke Mannle Sleeping Giant

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This is the place: CaliforniaJuly 20, 2015

In April, I had the pleasure of working with my good friend, Neil Landino, in California.  We shot one of his friends weddings at Firestone Vineyard in Los Olivos.  Needless to say, it was an incredible experience and all around great time.  When he first asked if I could help shoot the wedding, I said yes, of course, and started thinking about what else I would do while on the west coast.  My brother and sister live in Venice Beach, so getting into trouble with them was a must.  Coincidentally, another good friend and his family from Connecticut were on vacation in the same neighborhood.  I saw them and took some family portraits on the beach.  It also happened that my sister was graduating from Second City Hollywood the night I arrived.   I got to see her perform live and it was beyond amazing!  Maura and I also had a chance to work with each other.  Along with the help of another good friend, Kelsey; wedding planner extraordinaire, and my Aunt and Uncle; a creative dynamic duo, we put together an editorial shoot in the mountains above Thousand Oaks.  It was a jam packed week of visiting, collaborating, and celebrating with family and friends.  I can’t wait to do it again!  Below is a small sample of images from this memorable trip.  Everything was captured on a Pentax 645n with a variety of different film stocks.

Enjoy,

Tim

 

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A Week at WingaersheekJuly 29, 2013

For as long as I can remember, year after year, there isn’t another place that I’ve looked forward to visiting more than Gloucester, specifically Wingaersheek.  I have my family to thank for that and though things may have changed a bit since the passing of my grandparents, many things have remained.  I still get excited when passing the landmarks that litter the way to the beach house.  Some are just what they are but each has it’s own significance, exit 13, the lot that used to be a drive-in movie theater, Ralph’s(Annie’s), the sign being eaten by the tree, Marshalls, Camp Spindrift, twist and turns, the red house with bouys all over it, a blind hill that makes your stomach drop, Wickies no more, the gates, Mannle 79 to the man, speed bumps, the pond, more speed bumps, a stop sign, the road bends to the left, the old shack on the right just a memory now, sand and dunes, the beach house of old and then new.  It’s a journey and not one of these details goes unnoticed.

Here are just a few images from our week at the beach and Rockport with friends.

-Tim

 

Rockport, Massachusetts

Rockport, Massachusetts

Wingaersheek Beach

 

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Into The FogDecember 13, 2012

 

 

 

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Thanksgiving in The BerkshiresNovember 27, 2012

Just a few images from a fantastic Thanksgiving with amazing friends and family!

Thanks to the hosts Scott and Mimi!… or is it Mimi and Scott? haha

 

 

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Exploring AutumnOctober 19, 2012

This past week, I needed to get out from behind the computer, stop editing for a moment, enjoy a beautiful Autumn day and take some pictures of something.  I mean, I am a photographer.  It’s not easy though when you are neck deep in work.  I have couples anxiously awaiting a glimpse of their wedding and engagements, families looking for canvas’ of their little ones to hang on the wall and never mind the corporate clients who expect same day turnaround.  None of that will ever stop and I wouldn’t change a thing.   After all, I have to remember, I get to take pictures for a living.

Enjoy some Fall photos from around the 203

 

 

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Cherry Blossom LoveApril 4, 2012

THANK YOU SPRING!!!  I really couldn’t take it any longer, shooting in a dull gray winter and so the cherry blossoms came just in time.  This fleeting phenomenon in Wooster Square is something I look forward to every year.  They line the park and Hughes Place and on an afternoon stroll you can just lose yourself in their beauty and fragrance.   The bloom is brief , perfect even.  If you don’t pause to take it in, POOF, they’re gone and only a carpet of pink and white will remain, disappearing as quickly as they came.

 

Enjoy a few images from my recent stop by the park with Zak and Cassie.

 

 

 

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