Landscapes

What’s your magic?

Posted on Jan 24, 2016 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

What’s your magic?

“Ultimately, no matter where you are in your life, you have a power that is only yours.” We all have some magic to offer: strength, knowledge, peace.

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Just Beachy

Posted on Apr 26, 2015 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Just Beachy

A beach is not really a place… it’s a mindset. When you think of the beach, what do you envision?

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Bahamian Rhapsody

Posted on Nov 2, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Bahamian Rhapsody

Rhapsody in music is defined as a one-movement work that is integrated, free-flowing, with highly contrasted moods and color. It has an air of spontaneous inspiration and a sense of improvisation.

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SoNo

Posted on Jun 9, 2014 in Blog, Landscapes | 0 comments

SoNo

This is the second field trip that my friend and fellow photographer Peggy Garbus and I have taken together.  Last year we headed to the Garden of Ideas in Ridgefield, CT and had a great day of shooting.  Peggy describes our adventure in her blog: Garden of Ideas. This time we chose some basic elements of design: color, line, texture, and set out in South Norwalk to see what we could find.  Joined by Peggy’s high school intern Devin Benison, we were armed with our cameras and blank memory cards. On a weather perfect morning, we were eager for a visual adventure and Sono did not disappoint. Water, sculpture, some steel and rust…all provided us with great imagery.  What a wonderful exercise for photographers to shoot the same subject and inevitability capture something different…not to mention a great opportunity to get out of the studio, explore and hunt for a good lunch destination!   Here are a few images from that afternoon. Look forward to seeing what the others saw through their...

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Inspirational Spaces

Posted on Mar 2, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Inspirational Spaces

A few years ago, I clipped a photo from a magazine that embodies my ultimate working environment. It’s a small space with a drafting table, windows on three sides overlooking the dunes and ultimately the ocean. Pretty sweet! I can’t imagine anyone not liking that set-up. Maybe you have a real or “dream space” of your own.

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Air and Space

Posted on Aug 24, 2013 in Blog, Landscapes | 0 comments

Air and Space

Air and Space makes me think of the museum in Washington DC.  It’s a great place to see the largest collection of aircrafts and all things in-flight. When my son was little, he loved the planetarium and IMAX movies. But “air and space” took on a whole new meaning for me this summer while vacationing near the water.   Let’s just say I took to the skies and pointed my lens upward with some very cool results. Living in a rural suburb with an abundance of trees, you miss out on what that big horizon has to offer.  So every night as sunset approached, I studied the sky.  My personal planetarium or IMAX movie…if you will.  It was pretty amazing how quickly changes took place and the relationship of color and space. In one hour, I shot every 10 minutes with varying exposures. It’s always breathtaking when the sun finally meets the horizon, but what I captured in the minutes before was even more spectacular. Click here  and check out the start of a new series titled:  “Skyscapes”.  ...

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