Tag Archives: “Rhode Island”

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13 Amazing New England Lighthouse Photos

New England lighthouses are iconic and a favorite seascape photo subject among many local and travel photographers. The New England coastal areas offer plenty of lighthouses, often situated in dramatic settings. This blog post compiles […]

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What if I Lived Here?

The Accidental Tourist Where do you find your inspiration to shoot? I have done my share of traveling. Portugal, Ireland, England, Desert Southwest, up and down the East Coast, all over New England, Canada etc., […]

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Fall and Winter Skies

FALL AND WINTER SKIES “Ribbons in Fall”, captured at Napatree Point Nature and Wildlife Preserve in Watch Hill, Rhode Island November 21, 2015.  Cirrus clouds streak across the sky, leaving a glow of gold, orange […]

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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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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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Looking Beyond the Physical

Being the new guy on the block I’ve had five years of articles and blogs, precede my being accepted into the Guild. One subject I found missing in this long list of great articles was […]

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The Risk vs The Shot

I can remember my father telling me one of his biggest frustrations about getting older was not physically being able to do the things he was able to do when he was younger. At the […]

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