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Whaleback Light

Whale Back Light

Whaleback Light

 

Whaleback Lighthouse

Fort Foster, Kittery, Maine

At the mouth of the Piscataqua River, sits the historic Whaleback Lighthouse, built in 1872 to replace the original light, heavily damaged by storms. It is built of granite, a stone quite common in New Hampshire and Maine, and is not painted. Some say this is the least glamorous of light houses but I actually love the way look as it compliments the natural beauty of the Northeastern Atlantic coast.

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BLUE HAWAII

2014 ... Bring It!

2014 … BRING IT!

New Years Day 01-10-14 Waimanalo Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

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Hangin’ On

Hangin' On

Hangin’ On

“Hangin’ On”

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A Moment, If I May …

A Moment, If You Please

A Moment, If I May … 

“A Moment, If I May … ”

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The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

“The Human Habitrail”

Gillette Stadium, Home of the New England Patriots, Foxboro, Massachusetts

 

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Alphabet Soup

“Alphabet Soup ”
For Meagz

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The Old Nurtures The New

The Old Nourishes The New

The Old Nurtures The New

“The Old Nurtures The New”

Devan Coon and Jorge Soto marry. Family and Friends share a joyous celebration of their love during a beautiful evening at The Wright House.

“The History of The Wright House – Every home has a soul, made up of brick and mortar and the memories lived there. The soul of The Wright House was born in the 1930’s as a farmhouse outside the young city of Mesa, Arizona. It had its own well for water, and a white picket fence fronted a dirt road that ran into Tempe where the old Hayden Flour Mill was in full operation.

In the 1930’s the home was purchased by Lorenzo & Teresa Wright. Lorenzo and his son, Harold, started a grocery business in Mesa that operated for 50 years.

In 1945, Harold and his wife, Leah, bought the house from Lo & Teresa. They remodeled, adding some rooms, and Leah planted many flowers and some of the trees and shrubs that still remain.

Harold and Leah raised four children, creating many happy memories. In the early days, they often invited guest to ride horses on the twenty acres behind the house, cooked steaks & entertained dignitaries traveling through Mesa.

Harold’s son, Michael, and his wife, Peggy, developed the home into The Wright House, Garden Reception Centre in July of 1991. Since then they have been working to continuously improve the property and make it into an ideal setting for weddings, receptions, and all other special events.

The soul of The Wright House has always been one of peace, beauty, and entertainment. We hope that you and your guests will enjoy the special spirit that dwells here.”  www.thewrighthouse.com

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And So The Journey Begins … GSO1314

And So The Journey Begins ...

And So The Journey Begins …

And So The Journey Begins … GSO1314

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It’s ALL About The Shoooes!

It's ALL About The Shoooes!

It’s ALL About The Shoooes!

It’s ALL About The Shoes!

Having some fun with moving indoors with  John Hauschildt and Nevin D. Brown in the studio at SOPHA! Looking forward to a lot more fun with some special projects this winter.

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Image Capture Info

Date 8-22-13 Location: SOPHA, Manchester, NH

Camera Nikon D3s

Lens Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8

Focal Length 56mm

Exposure 1/125 sec; f8; EV 0; ISO 200

Manual Pattern Metering

Processing LR4; PS6; Color Efex Pro 4; Silver Efex Pro

Now THAT is a Sky Light!

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This is my most recent image of the famous historic dome at Ri Ra Pub, at 22 Market Street in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1803, this is the oldest bank building in the Unite States and was admitted to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The huge glass dome was constructed with The Great Seal of New Hampshire and it is the stunning center piece of the building. It is complimented by the a pub interior that was created by Irish craftsmen from the Georgian era and imported from Ireland. I have seen hundreds of color images of the dome, and captured quite a few of my own. But during this visit to Ri Ra I chose to photograph and process the image in black and white, seeing the dome in a whole new way. I found the lines and patterns in the glass to be equally as compelling as the vibrant colors in the glass.

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