Monthly Archives: August 2013

Sign: Lighthouse

A lighthouse is a sign of potential danger for ships at sea. This one is on Cape Breton Island in Canada. Advertisements

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Sign: Sale in Newport

On a summer weekend, Newport, Rhode Island is just crazy, There are high scale tony stores, and there are those like this one that sell cheap T-shirts.

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Vision: Rowing Home

Often the vision we have is that of our destination–in this case, pulling for home.

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Vision: Harbor Sunset

On Saturday evening, the sunset at the harbor in Noank, Connecticut was gentle and glorious. I used the LensBaby Muse, which softens it into something dreamlike.

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Vision: Photographer

To me, the point of photography is to capture and to share one’s vision of the world. It’s easy to see that this is a passion for this man.

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Vision: At the Pond

Life’s been a bit stressful lately, so John and I walked down to Paper Goods Pond this evening because it’s a place where one finds peace. I noticed someone sitting on a bench gazing out at the pond. I took … Continue reading

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Transportation: Ferry

This is the ferry between Newfoundland and Labrador. It’s a two hour trip. Tractor trailers and big RVs are loaded into it. When I was very little and lived in Manhattan, my grandmother would take me on the Staten Island … Continue reading

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Transportation: Tractor

This past weekend, we camped at a working farm on the coast of Maine. This is one of their tractors.

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Transportation: Sailboat

On our way home from the Maritimes, we camped in Acadia national Park. It rained for most of the time we were there, but we were able to get in one hike on Flying Mountain. From there, I spotted this … Continue reading

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Shades of Grey: Steamers

We camped over the weekend on the coast of Maine. On Saturday evening, there was a traditional Maine lobster bake at the campground. Lobster, corn on the cob (still in husks) and bags of steamers are cooked under a bed … Continue reading

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