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The final photo of the week for 2017 comes from the same place where the project started back in January, Vermont.  This is the 52nd and last photo of the week.  The project has taken me through all four seasons and plenty of locations.  My travels in 2017 brought me to locations such as Bermuda, West Virginia, Long Island and many, many trips all around the New England region.  This weeks photo is taken on a very very cold Vermont morning.  The final...
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This week finds me back home on Long Island enjoying some winter weather of our own.  A mid-December snowstorm has blanketed the area, creating some nice winter photography opportunities.   When snowstorms hit the island I like to head for the beaches.  The coupling of the coastal beach, traditionally associated with summer and the snowy landscape make for a lovely contradiction that do compliment each other.   The auburn colored sand, the warm light of a rising sun and blueish white of a fresh snow...
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Stick season, the time after the leaves and before snow, in Vermont offers a unique set of photographic challenges.  There is a cold starkness to the landscape with lots of brown everywhere.  This is the time of year when I look for interesting light or dramatic skies.   If neither of those subjects are working then I will look to streams and work with running water.  Water can always offer interesting competitions.  On this particular trip, I was greeted by each day with...
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March is known for its fickle personality.  It can't decide whether it wants to be spring or winter.  True to form this week we had nice spring days with warm temps followed immediately by snow storms and bitter cold.  The coldest air of the winter season, in fact.  While this can make for challenging days getting to work and dressing properly, it usually means some good photography opportunities.   The cold snowy days make for better photos than the warm sunny days,...
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March 4th was the date of this years "Run for Hope" organized by Project Hope here in Huntington, Long Island.  Project Hope was formed to help feed the hungry and those in need in and around Huntington.   Each year on the first Saturday in March they host a 4 mile race to raise funds for their cause.  This year's race attracted over 600 runners ranging in age from 10 to 89.  You can learn more about Project Hope by visiting their...
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My 16 favorites of 2016

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As each year concludes and a new calendar begins it is only natural to glance back at the year and draw some photographic conclusions.  It was a busy year but not a year filled with distant travel.  Most of my travels where confined to New England, numerous trips offered ample photographic opportunity.  Each year, I like to browse through the thousands of photographs to find the small group that I find most satisfying.  This is not a list I am labeling as...
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