Tag Archives: seascapes

This year is like no other. No need to rehash the reasons everyone is keenly aware of how and why 2020 is unique. The effects on those that like to travel to take photos have been severe and total. Landscape photographers are part of the worldwide travel and tourism industry. That industry has been halted until further notice. Landscape photography in 2020 is limited to what you can explore via your private automobile. While...

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Mid-Coast Maine

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The Coastline of Maine is no secret to photographers and vacationers far and wide. The vast coastline is home to unknown numbers of cliffs, rocky beaches, lighthouses, lobster boats, quaint villages, and tranquil harbors. Maine is home to over 3,400 miles of coastline, and that's more than California. Throw in over two thousand coastal islands, and it's easy to see why millions of visitors flock here each year during the summer months. Many of those visitors...

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Top Ten Photos of 2019

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2019 was a good year - photographically speaking. I got to see the world a bit, get my hands of plenty of new equipment and the photo conditions were often favorable to me. Who could ask for more?

January and February started with several trips to the wintery landscape of Vermont. The first part of March was spent exploring a comparatively balmy American Southwest - Sedona Arizona to be exact....

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My recent trip to Key West Florida during the first week of March was my first ever trip to this area of Florida.  To be honest, I am not a big fan of Florida but the rest of my family is, and truth be told I was looking forward to some warm weather.  The long slow grind that is winter in the Northeast and New England was starting to take its toll.  I  had had my fill photographing white, grey and brown, I am ready to...
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Back home this week and hoping to spend an, evening at my favorite four season local spot for good Landscape and Seascape photography - Caumsett State Park.  The State Park, once the large estate of famous retailer Marshall Field III was donated to New York State many years ago.  The grounds offer densely wooded trails and miles of beachfront facing Connecticut and the Long Island Sound.  The beaches are mostly north and west facing making them good spots for late day/sunset photos.  The park...
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Back home on Long Island and visiting many of the island's coastal and harbor scenes that I know so well.  One evening I decided to visit the beach closet to my home here on the north shore of Long Island.  This beach is home to many wind surfers and paddle boarders.  It also offers a nice view to the west so that means it is a good spot to view the setting sun.  I have always found the large collect of kayaks...
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