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A House in Weld, Maine

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After my little Puffin shoot in Machais Maine at the beginning of August (more on that in a future post), I drove across the state to meet my family in the New Hampshire’s White Mountains for a few days of relaxation and time with the grandkids. It wasn’t a straight shot for Machais to Lincoln, …

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Sea Smoke, See?

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Way back in the winter of 2016, New England was hit with a cold snap that brought us the coldest temperatures since 1958. Since 1958 was the year of my birth, I felt obliged to mark the occasion by venturing into the bone-chilling cold and taking some photographs. I’m kidding of course. I would have …

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Auto Road

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If you are visiting the White Mountains and you’re looking for something unique and exhilarating to do, I highly recommend a drive to the summit of Mt. Washington via the Mt. Washington Auto Road. It is a toll road, so you will pay about $20 for the privilege of climbing 4,727 feet at an average …

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Scalp Free Zone

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While going through the archives tonight, I found this image of one of the ticket windows at Fenway Park. It reminded me that I need to revisit and redesign my “Fenway Experience” series! Stay tuned!

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Bath

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Back in 2017 I had the pleasure of hosting and organizing that year’s NXNW trip — that’s the annual gathering of photography and craft beer enthusiasts I am part of. It started almost a decade ago, was derailed last year due to Covid, but is looking to be back on track this fall with a …

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Coffee, Conversation and Carnage

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A couple of years ago, my good friend and neighbor, Mike Tully, invited me to join him for a morning of macro photograph in his back yard. Mike is a damned good photographer and a master macro shooter, so I was more than happy to take him up on his offer. We spent almost two …

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Windows and Cart

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Here is another view of the century+ old hand cart in the attic of the century+ old Stone Mill in Lawrence, MA. It is probably the most photographed artifact in the building. Added bonus, the really cool skylight windows.

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Sugar Hill Blue

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Photographing sunrise is something I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with; I LOVE capturing an epic, colorful sunrise, but I HATE the fact that sunrise happens so damned early in the day! They say there’s an App for everything… why can’t we have an App to make sunrise happen later in the day? When I …

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The Attic

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Over the past eight or nine years, my good friend, Steven Perlmutter and I, in cooperation with The Lawrence History Center and Everett Mills Properties, conducted a series photography workshops in the Stone and Everett Mills. These workshops gave us the opportunity to share our love of photography and of these buildings with dozens of …

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Details in Stone

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Essex Company Machine Shop (the Stone Mill) was built as part of Lawrence’s first wave of construction which included the Great Stone Dam, the locks and canals, and several mill buildings including the Duck and Pemberton. The machine shop was designed to manufacture the machinery to be used in the textile mills that were sprouting up …