Lemonade Out of Lemons

As photographers we all know we are at the mercy of the weather gods. Raise your hand if you have never spent time planning a day or more at that special place only to have […]

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The Best Laid Plans and an Epiphany

Though not specific to New England, I thought I would share a recent experience, and lesson, that is geography-independent.  It also illustrates a few of my favorite techniques and tools to plan and execute night, milky […]

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Ballooning in Vermont – Post Mills Style

With a title like Ballooning in Vermont, most people likely think this is about the Quechee balloon festival traditionally held on Father’s Day weekend. But I’d like to tell you about a very different hot […]

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Creating A Free “Mat & Frame” For Metal Prints

I have a large metal print of one of my favorite Motif #1 images hanging above my fireplace mantel. The image itself has an oil paint look to it and, as such, stands well on […]

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Hazard Rocks

Hazard Rocks For my quarterly article, I have decided to write about one of my favorite sunrise seascape locations, Hazard Rocks in Narragansett, RI. This is a spot well known to fisherman casting for Stripers […]

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Photography-A Powerful Tool in Conservation

Photography-A Powerful Tool in Conservation A Bad Rap It seems that every day now, new wildlife photographers are showing up-both in the field and online. These inexperienced people, who have almost no background in photography […]

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New England Meeting Houses

New England is known for its long tradition of independence and self-governance, and an historic emblem of these traits are the New England Meeting Houses. The austere style and practical usage of these buildings remains […]

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