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Hampton Beach Storm

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There was a storm hovering over Hampton Beach last Monday when I was out shooting with my friend Steven Perlmutter. A rainbow lured us to the State park. We scrambled down to the water hoping for a decent composition, but by the time we got there the rainbow had dissipated. No problem. The storm’s structure …

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Sunset Point IV

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Heading back to the NXNW trip to Utah for this image, and specifically, Sunset Point in Capitol Reef National Park. We had a lot of time to kill while waiting and hoping for a spectacular sunset that ultimately did materialize. To kill that time, we chatted and wandered around the immediate area — afraid to …

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After the Storm

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While most of the east coast was getting pummeled with ice and snow overnight, here in my corner of New England, we saw drenching rains and high winds. That brought some high seas and pounding surf on the coast, so my friend Steven Perlmutter and I drove to Plum Island to check it out. We …

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Last Light Panorama

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Another NXNW trip, another panoramic image. It was a year of so ago that I noticed I am building up a collection of panoramas from my various NXNW trips (and most other travels). I have to say, I now consider it something of a challenge now. Not every scene, not every location, but at some …

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Sabbaday Falls

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This is an image that I may or may not have posted a couple of years back. If I didn’t post it before, consider this a brand new image. If I did, it is a reprocessed version of the original. It is, of course, an image of Sabbaday Falls, one of the most photographed waterfalls …

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Goblin Valley

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Returning to Goblin Valley State Park for this image. I don’t really have much to say about this location that I haven’t said already. But going through my images, I will reiterate that the compositional opportunities here are endless.

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Castle Valley Overlook

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Castle Valley Overlook is located outside of Moab. It is part of a campground. Or a recreation park. Or both. We were asked, upon entry to the park, if we were there for “recreation.” An affirmative response meant we would have to pay a fee (roughly the cost of a draft beer) to enter. As …