A Sandy Neck In Cape Cod

A piece of wood is facing the sun and the clouds behind it are engulfing a light blue sky. Sandy Neck Sand Dunes. Cape Cod, MA

Sandy Neck is a natural recreation and preservation space located on the southern side of Cape Cod Bay in the town of Barnstable in the state of Massachusetts. It has many trails that wind through a vast marsh housing many nesting areas for Ospreys and other local birds. Moreover, sand dunes separate the beach from… Continue reading A Sandy Neck In Cape Cod

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Lindsay Vigue Studio at the Old Clock Factory in Bristol, CT

Lindsay Vigue’s Studio night on January 28th 2011 in the old clock factory where people head from all over Connecticut to do what they do best: take pictures. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a chess match under waves of camera flashes and good old music! Music played in this clip is: Meanwhile, back in… Continue reading checkmate

Quabbin Reservoir

An American Indian Chief called King Quabbin lived in this area centuries ago. The word Quabbin means “Many Waters”. Located in New Salem, Massachusetts,Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest man made public water supplies in the United States. It was flooded in the late 1930s after 4 towns in the valley of the river… Continue reading Quabbin Reservoir

Red Hook, Brooklyn

This was another Brooklyn expedition with NYC Photo Outings group last Saturday. We started at Smith and 9 street Subway Station(F & G) and roamed the streets of Red Hook. I managed to capture some video after the outing where the cloud formations were dramatic and quite fascinating.  

From Brooklyn, with Love!

It was sunny, somewhat cold last Saturday when we ascended back to the surface of Atlantic Ave. Regardless, I decided to take a walk around the Ave, Furman Street where some abandoned warehouses are located and then hit The Heights and crossed the bridge to Manhattan. All of the places seen on this walk are… Continue reading From Brooklyn, with Love!

Day 3: Getty Center

Getty Center is a must visit destination for lovers of the art in Los Angeles. When I was there back in December, two of their exhibits were mandatory to visit(simply because they were photography related!): In Focus: The worker & Irving Penn: Small Trades Irving Penn was known for his meticulous attention to details, what… Continue reading Day 3: Getty Center