The Dead of Terlingua, TX

It's hard to believe that with an "official" population of only 58 people, there are so many who have passed away over the years in this tiny little Texas town of Terlingua, TX. After all, Terlingua is not much to look at most days, only in the late winter months are...

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The Texas Night Sky Part One

There's nothing like darkness. It's not a thing, it's an absence of a thing; light. I prefer to think of it as a canvas, a blank one at that. A night time canvas on which one can project great beauty, powerful movement and an almost unlimited range of colors and...

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Abandoned, Forgotten and Evil

There's something elegantly beautiful about the decayed and abandoned properties. It's not just me, thousands of people seek out the decayed and abandoned, they visit at at great risk to their safety and health. Why? What is this fascination? Moving slowly, cautiously...

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Cambridge at Night

It's Saturday night and the weather is starting to warm, I hear about a lecture on night photography at MIT led by my friend Lance Keimig who teaches the subject. I shoot over to Cambridge, MA and find myself a parking spot, I grab my camera bag and head for Rm-156...

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Wall Street, A New York Moment

A visit to NYC is not complete unless you visit the financial institutions that run the world. Here in NYC, downtown on Wall Street, there's a massive, guarded enclave called The New York Stock Exchange. I asked a guard "Are there tours?" He replied; "They are...

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NYC UP

February 2016 - It might hurt your neck, but if you don't look up, you may be missing some of the most interesting visuals while wandering the streets of Manhattan. Not just the obvious skyscrapers, but those things most won't notice. The intersection between concrete...

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A New York State of Mind

*** Star Date: February 20th, 2016 - Planet Earth - New York City Rumbling in on the Amtrak local from the outskirts of Boston, daughter and I arrive for a well-deserved and planned long weekend in my old home town; New York City.  I can't tell ya I haven't missed...

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Boston Winter in Color

In the early winter of 2014, we experienced something unusual even for Boston. There's nothing like an early winter snow that transforms quickly into a clearing morning sky. That's why we started out early, hoping to get a few photos showing the shimmering beauty of a...

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Boston Proper on A Gloomy Sunday

It's cold in Boston mid-winter, sometimes it's easier just to sit home and work on photos instead of going out and making new ones. But not today. Cold, rain and snow are in the forecast and yet I am out enjoying the City of Boston with my new friends from The...

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Abandoned Silk Mill

In September of 1957, about 80 people who worked at the Lonaconing Silk Mill discovered that the doors were locked; the mill had closed, never to reopen again. Everything inside; the remaining silk, bobbins, equipment and the personal possessions of those reporting to...

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How I See

For my photographer friends, I'd like to share my thoughts and experience of How I See photographs. I find that when I carry a camera bag, I am actually "looking" for photographs. My mind seems to be running a different program than when I am out picking up my dry...

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Suburban Heaven

The first real snow in 2016 came on a Friday; a slow soft day of falling snow that started early and ran through most of the afternoon. It was a wet, heavy snow reflecting the unusually warm weather we've been enjoying this winter in the Boston area. It was about 3:30...

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