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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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This week finds me and my camera in Vermont preparing for the holidays and hoping for some Vermont winter weather.  As luck would have it, the winter weather did make an appearance.   A New England storm descended on  the area and left a substantial amount of snow.  Even the timing worked as the snow stopped overnight allowing for a bright sunrise to drape it's soft light across the blanket of fresh snow.  The temperatures, while cold, were not a hindrance to good...
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The waning days of the summer season on Long Island signal shorter days and  compact sunsets and sunrises.  This week I chose to take a ride to Long Island's shore shore to visit some of our more famous (and crowded) beaches.  These sandy beaches face both the Great South Bay and the Atlantic Ocean offering wide expansion views with lots of sand, dunes, high grass, shore birds and even the occasional lighthouse.  These are a popular destinations for tourists and locals alike....
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