Category Archives: Blue Hour

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Sandy Point: A New England Seascape Gem

I think most of us landscape photographers end up with a handful ‘go-to’ places – places local enough and stunning enough that we return to them again and again. One of my favorite go-to places […]

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Photo tips for better blue hour skyline photography

The golden hours around dusk and dawn are well known for best landscape, seascape and skyline photography.  Twilight or blue hour, however, is when you find me photographing Boston and strolling the streets of Boston […]

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Turner Reservoir:My Go-To Spot

Turner Reservoir and Central Pond:My Go-To Spot Everyone has their favorite, go to, close to home spots for photography. For me, this would be the James V Turner Reservoir and Central Pond. They are located […]

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Don’t Hibernate – Create

Don’t Hibernate Christmas is over and, by now, everyone should have recovered from celebrating the start of the New Year. With that done, we enter the abyss. At least that’s what many photographers think, or […]

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Foliage Outside the Box:Follow Up

About this time last year, I wrote an article called Foliage:Think Outside the Box where I offered up some ideas on how to put a spin on the classic New England fall foliage season. Some […]

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Patience, Flexibility and the NE Landscape Photographer

New Hampshire has the shortest coastline of any U.S. state. I decided to try to shoot a compelling image for every mile. It’s a great project. In 18 miles (sometimes say as low as 14) […]

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Winter Nights, Winter Lights: Holiday Season Photography

Locations With another autumn in the books and winter fast approaching, the upcoming holiday season offers a wealth of photo opportunities with a distinct New England character. The region’s many town commons, village greens, and […]

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