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I believe that a truly good photograph has a story behind it- whether from one's experience or imagination. 

From time to time I'll share a story with you here.

No Regrets in Cortona, Italy

May 20, 2019
No Regrets! Cortona, Italy For me the most “out-of-my-comfort-zone” type of photography is making portraits of strangers. I have missed so many opportunities for fear o...
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J. R. the Woodcarver

June 19, 2017
Pennsylvania Art of the State is a prestigious state-wide competition that in 2017 celebrated 50 years of bringing recognition to artists from throughout the state. It wa...
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A Farm in Four Seasons

November 12, 2013
In June, 2012, I knocked on a farmhouse door in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, to ask for permission to photograph a recently harvested hay field. Little did I know then that ov...
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93 and Going Strong

July 24, 2013
I visited Mr. Tritt's small sharpening shop a few years back when my hair-cutting scissors were in desperate need of his services. Yesterday, dull scissors in hand, I wal...
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Photography Revisited (and better the second time around)

March 14, 2013
It's been almost two years since the photography bug hit, and there's been no turning back. What started out as a stint as a high school yearbook photographer decades ago...
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