Lyrical Photography Challenge

The Birth of An Idea A recent stroll around my summer garden left me very pleased with how the birds and bees seemed quite content with what was in bloom. As I turned to my […]

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Making a Few Bucks

“Making a Few Bucks” Screwed… I’m sitting here writing this on the eve of The 25th Annual Warren Summer Art Festival. It’s my turn up for a blog and I thought I had plenty of […]

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Photography in the Lead Hours

Mad Dogs and Englishmen We have enjoyed beautiful New England summer weather this year. The days have been mostly clear with bright sunshine and generally tolerable humidity, but, this is New England, so who knows […]

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12 Tips for Great Fireworks Photographs

Shooting great fireworks images is actually fairly easy with a little bit of planning and equipment that most landscape and nature photographers already own. A panoramic shot of fireworks on a beautiful Kittery Maine beach […]

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Got WiFi?

Back in 2013 when I bought my Canon 6d I didn’t pay much attention to the feature it had called “WiFi enabled”. One would think that with roughly 30 years of working in the IT […]

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Canon 80D Review

Canon 80D Review I finally traded in my 50D for the latest Canon, the 80D. I think its safe to say that almost every one of us who considers themselves any sort of camera person, […]

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Quabbin Reservoir: Massachusetts’ ‘Accidental Wilderness’

Author Thomas Conuel (a neighbor of mine in central Massachusetts) first coined the phrase “Accidental Wilderness” in the title of his popular book on Quabbin Reservoir, and it is an apt description of a 40-square […]

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