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Ready, get set . . .

Well, once again I showed my lack of Facebook expertise. Yesterday, I began to write a Facebook post by writing about what I call getting ready for the upcoming Adirondack Streams and Waterfalls Tour/workshop. It was an opportunity to explore some of the excitement that was welling-up along with the preparation for this four night, five day tour/workshop. […]

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Good Friday 2015

Good Friday . . . Today Christians the world over commemorate the crucifixion and death of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. In the Catholic Church, and I’m sure non-Catholic as well, it’s a somber commemoration. No mass today. An opportunity to venerate the cross and reflect on the meaning of His sacrifice. The service […]

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So much, so little time

I’m reposting this blog post, simply to include images as a gallery rather than scattered individually at the end of the post.  I hope it make them easier to view. Simply click on any image for a slide show you can click through. Looking back on last night, the phrase “so much, so little time,” […]

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Third time’s the charm?

How often have we heard someone say, “The third time’s the charm.” Well, tonight may help illustrate that, but I really don’t know yet. At 11 pm as I sit at my computer posting my third blog based on shoots on the wintery shore of Lake Ontario, I’m feeling like that might well be the case, […]

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No Aurora Tonight, but . . .

I should have made that a big BUT. A huge BUT, actually.  Tommy and I decided to head back up to Lake Ontario again tonight. We’d tried photographing the Aurora Borealis for our first time last night and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website seemed to be showing the possibility of a second appearance […]

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Aurora Borealis-CNY

It’s rare! Anywhere really, but especially anywhere near Central New York State. I’m speaking of the Aurora Borealis we were fortunate to see tonight. Okay, we had to drive 40 minutes north to the shore of Lake Ontario and brave 28 degree temperature in a 20 mph wind to be fortunate. Then again, by the […]

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Last blast of winter?

There’s an old saying about the month of March that goes something like, “In like a lion, out like a lamb.” Honestly, I don’t remember what the weather was like the first few days of March, so I don’t know if I should think that we’ve seen the last of winter yet. I was somewhat […]

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