Category Archives: Maine

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New England’s Unique Fall Foliage Viewing Opportunities

As another New England autumn approaches, many look forward to enjoying the colorful fall foliage. In addition to the traditional forested hills and countryside, the region’s many diverse habitats, which include several rare natural communities, […]

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Are You Having Vision(s)?

Okay, I admit it. Using “visions” in a title that evokes flashbacks to the 1970s involving Pink Floyd’s “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” blasting out the windows of a shag-carpeted, moon-windowed van – just to get […]

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20 Ocean Sunrise Shooting Tips

This gallery of photos were shot over a 2-hour stretch on August 15 beginning at 5:15 am and finishing around 7:30 am. Below are 20 quick sunrise ocean shooting tips. None is ground breaking, but they […]

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Scenic Harpswell, Maine – Part 1

This blog is for photographers looking to find some of the hot-spots for scenic beauty in Harpswell, Maine.  Because of its large size and abundant photo opportunities, I’m splitting this series into two parts.  I […]

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What Is It About Snowy Owls?

Snowy Owl Arrival Causes Media Circus Last weekend a group of my fellow photographers and I were standing in the dunes at Salisbury Beach looking for Short Eared Owls, when we noticed a large commotion […]

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Filter Play For A Cold Winter’s Day

Winter In New England It’s been an interesting winter here in New England thus far. We’ve certainly seen an extreme range of temperatures, not to mention some “wicked” ice storms and a recent Nor’easter blizzard. […]

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Making the Best with Limited Gear

A lot of big photographers tell you that you don’t need a lot of gear to make great photos. Easy for them to say, with many of them sporting over $20,000 in photographic equipment. I’m […]

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