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Trillium

Poet Pat Campbell Carlson says it much better than I: Trillium All along this hill: trillium white as Christ’s robes when He ascended into heaven, rinsing the breeze free of impedimenton slender stems that stretch below the moss into the rich, dark dirt. Heaven used to be a strip across the top of my crayoned […]

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the Crawl Space

That’s what it’s called – the Crawl Space, a small yet delightful and eclectic art gallery in Little York, NY. And, that’s where several of my fine art prints will be on display and for sale beginning Saturday, May 2. This is the first gallery, other than m own, to display my photography. Gallery owner […]

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A couple Everglades Lessons

Well, it’s been too long since I posted something new. For those who check in regularly, my apologies. Let's hope the wait has been worthwhile. I've learned a couple lessons in the interim, and hopefully sharing them with you will save you having to learn the hard way. Truth be told, I've probably been taught […]

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Is digital manipulation dishonest?

I was just reading an interview with, Kevin Schafer, a professional natural history photographer with many well known magazines to his credit, in the North American Nature Photography Association’s (NANPA) 2008 NANPA Expressions. The topic was ethics and accuracy in nature photography. Schafer made the point, as photographers we need to be honest. Captions, for […]

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