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New York City Skyline Full Moon

Join Denise Ippolito and me on the upcoming super fun New York Skyline Workshop.  This is one of my favorite locations to photograph from, and I’ve been coming here for 15+ years. Denise & I recently ran into a last … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Finale: Behind the scenes and cut photos

Some final “behind the scenes” photos and photos that didn’t make the cut for one reason or another from the recent photo trip to Baxter State Park in October of 2011.  I hope you found this series fun, inspirational and … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 6: Moose!!

Happy New Year!! For many people, the primary attraction to Maine’s Baxter State Park is for the chance to have a close encounter with moose!! Baxter State Park is one of the best locations in the Northeast US to see … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 5: An Interpretation In Black & White

The previous Baxter State Park post was all about color. This one is all about a Black & White interpretation of the park. All of the images in this post were originally captured in color as multiple HDR images, converted … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 4: Pictures of Fall

Why go to Baxter State Park in the fall when it’s starting to get cold? No mosquitoes. No black flies. Few tourists. Moose are starting their rut. And if you time it right – lots of fall color!! I compiled … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 3: Photographer Gone Wild

To me, photography is as much of an art as it is a science.  To succeed in anything, you need to have a good understanding of the fundamentals (the science) and then you can express yourself as you’d like (the … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 2: The Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,181-mile long public footpath. Conceived in 1921 and completed in 1937, private citizens built the trail and thousands volunteer each year to help maintain it. From Maine’s Mount Katahdin to Georgia’s Springer Mountain, it traverses the wild, scenic, wooded, … Continue reading

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Baxter State Park – Part 1: The Memory of Trees

Maine’s Baxter State Park is famous for many things.  It’s the largest Wilderness Area permanently preserved as a State Park.  It is home to the state’s highest peak, Mt. Katahdin.  It is the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail National … Continue reading

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