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We are still working my way up the Maine coast on the first day on the nXnw 2014 trip, and as with yesterday’s image from Perkins Cove, I find myself less than overwhelmed with what I did that day. Was it the weather, the frst full day of  my cold, or something else? I’m not […]

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Perkin’s Cove is a spot where lobstermen keep their boats, an enclosed little pond-sized body of water with easy access to the ocean. Perkin’s Cove is a lovely spot that I visited on a grey day, and left without getting any shots I truly loved. It’s not the location’s fault, or the weather. Some of […]

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Available In My Galleries Here I was searching my back catalog for something completely unrelated and stumbled across this photo. To say I had forgotten about it would be to overstate it’s effect on my mind. I’m not sure I ever really noticed it, or gave it a single moment’s thought 5 seconds after I […]

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Available In My Galleries Here So far this week I have used the bicycle locking stands reflected in the window as a jumping off point to discuss issues of art,design, function, creativity, repetition and change.  Today we loop back to form and function.. Black and white film uses different chemicals and creates a different analog negative […]

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