Summer Portraits at the Lake

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Anna is a natural. Big, sunny smile; Mona Lisa smile; touch of seriousness, she wore them all well and switched easily between them. I often just made minor adjustments to┬áposes she went into naturally. She’s the type of person photographers enjoy shooting. Of course, a glorious summer evening dockside on┬áLake…

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Portraits down by the Sea

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A fair number of people usually find themselves less than thrilled with their or their children’s school portraits. It’s understandable because you have a horde of kids – many of which are less than thrilled to have their photo taken – the photographers have to herd through in a limited…

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Night photo of the Eiffel Tower in Paris with flashing lights

City of Light at Night

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One can’t go to Paris without wandering the streets at night, especially during the summer. Paris is called the City of Light primarily because of the Enlightenment (it was also one of the first European cities to adopt street lights), but the lights at night are beautiful. The sidewalks are…

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Portrait of young woman at sunset by harbor in Iceland

Impromptu Sunset Portraits in Iceland

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On the way home from my European vacation, I had to spend the night in Iceland because of flight schedules. I stayed in an AirBnB place in Hafnarfjordur, just outside Reykjavik. It was a small apartment with multiple bedrooms rented to different people and a common kitchen and bathroom. While…

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Picking August Peaches in NH

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When we find ourselves in the first week of August, the days become tinged with melancholy. Despite the hot sun still smiling down on beaches and yards and baseball fields, we know the summer is fading. Most vacations are just memories and photos. We still wear the t-shirts from our…

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