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The northern half of Italy offers some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Europe. For the purposes of this post, my definition of northern Italy is from the city of Florence north to the Swiss border. Along with Florence, (and the Tuscan region) this includes the cities of Venice and Milan. North of these cities the region is home to lakes and majestic mountain ranges. Lake Como and the Dolomites are excellent examples of...

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Another year comes to a close. It's only natural to look back at my photographic efforts of the last twelve months. My focus here will be on my successes. Those rare instances when I get it right - in my opinion, of course. This past year was a busy one with lots of travel. A late summer trip to Europe, winter in Key West, Florida and three trips to the Maine Coast. Mix in several trips to other New England...

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Holiday week and the second to last week of the year.  The holidays are spent at home on Long Island, so this week's photo is from home.  I took a quick early winter morning trip to a local coastal village less than ten minutes from my home.  Northport village offers both wide-angle seascapes and landscape opportunities side by side.  It also offers charming small-town street photography with a nostalgic architecture and feel.  This morning also happens to be a snowy one, more...

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Thanksgiving, one of the best times of the year.  Lots to do, plenty of places to go and lots of people (family) to see.  Living in the New York Metro area one of my favorite activities is to attend the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.  Lots of unique photos for those looking for great street shots.  However, that is not my goal and if you are there with family,  working the location for great street shots is probably not...
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The second week of October finds me in Vermont for a second time this month.  This time I am working as a hiking/photography guide for Great Freedom Adventures (www.greatfreedomadventures.com).  That means I will be spending my day hours walking the hills and fields of Connecticut River Valley.  Guiding people from all over the world though the hills of Vermont  is fun and you get to meet new friends.  Most of my guiding is done in the late-morning early afternoon leaving the...
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This week starts as last week ended - in Boston's North End.  All the same photo opportunities mentioned in the previous post still exists and the weather continues to cooperate.  Once the Feast of St. Anthony's concluded I changed my focus (pun intended) to the Boston Harbor.  Ever since the Sons of Liberty decided to throw a Tea Party in 1773 Boston's Harbor has been alive with activity.  Always a good thing for photos.  Boston Harbor is most photogenic in the mornings...
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