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There were probably a dozen people who stopped to watch sunset at Snake River Bend this particular night. All were photographers. Some with the tell-tale tripod and big glass, others with the ubiquitous tablets and smartphones. All of us in complete awe of the constant shifting hues. One guy (with iPhone) equated the show with the second coming of Jesus …

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Sugar Hill Dawn

In landscape, New Hampshire, Uncategorized, White Mountains by Robert Lussier3 Comments

I got the chance to sneak away to the White Mountains this weekend. It’s just a long weekend, mostly filled with family stuff. Yesterday, for example, we paid a visit to Clark’s Trading Post, a mildly amusing tourist trap featuring ice cream eating, basketball playing, performing black bears, some rides and museums of antique autos and other americana. Oh, and …

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Bowlmor II

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Here are a couple more images from Bowlmor. Above is a shot of the team scoreboard. Personally, I would want to be a Bog Rat. The scoreboard is surrounded by score sheets of Bowlmor patrons dating back almost 20 years. Below is a shot looking down the lane between Rylie’s rented shoes. Again, I think she won.

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In boston, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Tomorrow is the Boston Marathon — one of my favorite days of the year. As you may know, after running the race 17 times (finishing 16) in 20 years, I “retired” a couple of years ago. Now in order to get my Boston Marathon fix, I volunteer my photography skills to race management.  My job this year is to photograph course logistics. I’ll be hanging out of …

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Red Mountain over Crystal Lake

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A quick post, just to get a quick post up. One of the prettiest sunrise scenes I’ve ever seen: Red Mountain reflected in the mirror-like calm of Crystal Lake in the Telluride area of Colorado. Sure, some clouds in the sky might have made it more compelling, but you have to make the most with what you are given.

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WE35: Imogene Pass

In Colorado, landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier4 Comments

The most memorable day of the Colorado Fall Color Tour for me was the day we took on Imogene Pass, the 17 mile unpaved road connecting the mountain towns of Telluride and Ouray, Colorado. Accessible only to high clearance 4 wheel drive vehicles and climbing to over 13,000 ft. in elevation, Imogene Pass is no Sunday drive. It is a ...
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Last Dollar Ranch

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Picking a favorite image from the Colorado Fall Color Tour is tough, but this one ranks up there. It was shot at the end of a very long Friday that found us shooting sunrise at Mt Wilson and driving up and over Imogene Pass (at 13,000 feet above sea level). On the way back to Telluride for a well deserved …

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Colorado Fall Color Tour — A Report

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My attitude towards photography tours used to be, "why pay someone to take me around when I can do some research and find my own way?” But that changed when I went on the 2015 Colorado Fall Color Tour, hosted by my friend Rick Louie. It was my friend Chris Nitz who convinced me to take Rick’s tour. Chris had ...

5 Day Deal!

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Photography for Good

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I am trilled once again to be promoting the 5 Day Deal Complete Photography Bundle. And while I can’t tell you what’s in it until it starts in a couple of days, I can say that it is better than ever. Learn more about the 5DayDeal Complete Photography Bundle Not only does it include products from several of my friends ...