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It seems the convention is for photobloggers to post our year end posts during the year they encapsulate. It is what I’ve akways done and most of my friends do. But this year my year end was busy, and involved travel (a late-planned trip to Disney World) that took up most of the Christmas break, […]

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The area has been revitalized, which means most of its history is gone. I revisit this topic and my mixed feelings about it over and over. A thriving city must change to meet the needs of current residents, but I still miss the history that is destroyed with each renovation and new construction. The Keler Hotel […]

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The Empire State Building is famous for its ability to match almost any color combination and the building’s use of it to honor, famous visitors to the city, sports teams, historical events, and other occasions. I almost always enjoy it in its signature white, and was glad to notice that was the color it displayed […]

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This is my second shot of the bubbles – the first is here. This one is a real film image, using motion picture film stock that’s been modified to use in 35mm still film cameras. The 200 refers to the ISO. Like many, but not all motion picture films (some are set for daylight or […]

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The Grey Man made an appearance at nXnw2014, during our first stop at Nubble Light on Cape Neddick near York, Maine. He is difficult to spot outside of his usual habitat of NYC, so this was something of a special event. Available In My Galleries Here

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