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Old Friend

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Today I decided to revisit the Mill. The Stone is one of the first I mills in Lawrence I photographed, it is also the first mill building built in Lawrence, and the last mill building that remains mostly un-renovated. This re-visitation is long overdue, and I plan to do it with new eyes (figuratively, not …

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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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My hometown of Methuen, MA has a lot of history and a lot of cool architecture. That means of course, it has a lot to photograph. Unfortunately, I don’t often think to take advantage of all Methuen has to offer my camera. But I am making an effort to change that, starting today. One of …

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Lawrence Again, not in HDR

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Lawrence, Massachusetts has been at the forefront of my photography for about a dozen years. The city’s old mills and smokestacks that line the Merrimack River and the bridges that traverse it make wonderful subjects. They help connect me to the region’s history. I’ve been going through my earlier images of the city and I …

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Downtown Crossing

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Back in 2017, for some strange reason, I took on the self-inflicted pain of photographing and posting a new, blog worthy, image for each day of the calendar year. I was enthusiastically immersed in the project for the entire year… er… a couple of months… weeks… um… maybe days(?) before I was overwhelmed with the …

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Vintage Lawrence

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This image was captured about a decade ago from the city’s high service water tower, the highest point in the city. It has long been my favorite image of Lawrence. I originally published it in black and white, but recently revisited it at the request of a client, who asked if there was a color …

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Silk and Stone

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On nice summer days these little cascades of the Lower Falls are teeming with tourists cooling off from the summer heat. When I passed the falls back in December, the temperature was in the teens and the wind-chill forced the “feels-like” temperature below zero. The parking lot was closed off and banks of snow further …

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Somewhere in Maine

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Way, way back in October of that very forgettable year of 2020, my friend, Steven Perlmutter and I briefly escaped our Covid confinement in Massachusetts and ventured north to the great state of Maine. It was a poor substitute for our annual NXNW trip with friends from around the country, but it was still a …

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Arlington Mill

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For more than a decade I’ve been pointing my camera in and around the old textile mills of Lawrence, MA — one of a handful of cities along the Merrimack River that helped shape and drive America’s Industrial Revolution in the 19th century. This recent redesign of LussierPhoto.com found me re-visiting that 10+ years of …

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Nubble, 2014

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Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine, was the first stop on my second excursion with my friends in the NXNW Photography Group. Our final destination was Acadia National Park, where we were to spend three days photographing New England Fall Foliage. We missed the peak of the seasonal colors, but we had a great time and …

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Sandwich Range

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First and foremost, Owl’s Nest is a gorgeous and challenging golf course. But on top of that, it affords some incredible views of the White Mountains. I played there over 20 years ago, when I was a wannabe golfer. By wannabe, I mean I golfed a couple of times a year with friends. And golf …