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Another shot from my recent midday photowalk in Worcester, Massachusetts. The bright, high sun did not deliver beautiful glowing light, so I tried to meet the challenge. When I am out in such conditions, I look for scenes that are interesting regardless of the light, and for odd corners with reflections and shadows where the […]

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Click here to view larger size and here to view the fullsize original.  I have mostly stopped linking to the gallery but still do so for panoramic images like this one.  This is the second in a new New York Ghosts series. The first was posted here. This did not start out as a favorite […]

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The Lawrence mill light-painting workshop mentioned in my last post took place on a Saturday evening.  I spent the night at a nearby hotel, and drove home on Sunday. I stopped in Worcester Massachusetts, not quite an hour out, for Sunday Mass and an early afternoon photowalk in a city I had never previously visited.  The light […]

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When I started photographing New York in earnest, I spent a lot of time shooting during early Sunday mornings. I ended up stumbling my way into a series I called “Forever the Empty City,” featuring city streets with no visible residents: No pedestrians, cyclists, or inhabited cars. It’s not too hard to do on early […]

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The reason for no posting last week, and a delayed start this week even though I’ve been back, was a family vacation to the Universal Orlando resort in Orlando, Florida. The primary focus of our visit was the newish Diagon Alley section of the USF park, which is magnificently done. If you or anyone in […]

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