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The Yorks Holgas

Photo Galleries > The Yorks Holgas Holga Wanderings in the Yorks Wandering Holgas from a summer family get away to our favorite Maine spot. read more Holga Wanderings in the Yorks Wandering Holgas from a summer family get away to our favorite Maine spot.  I played around with a couple of techniques here.  Some double exposures. Some extra exposures.  I love how the shadows play out on some of the shots up along Freeman street - it was an extremely [...]
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Red York

Photo Galleries > Red York Overexposed York, Maine Images of York Beach, Maine that are way over exposed because it was an extremely sunny day and i decided to shoot some long exposures of the local sites. read more Overexposed York, Maine Images of York Beach, Maine that are way over exposed because it was an extremely sunny day and i decided to shoot some long exposures of the local sites.  The Holga does not have a shutter aperture - [...]
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Cape Neddick

Photo Galleries > Cape Neddick Rock Walking at Low Tide Climbing around the rocks across from the Nubble at low tide offers some amazing views. read more Rock Walking at Low Tide Since I was a little kid, I loved walking on the rocks.  It never occurred to me that one misstep could mean serious problems.  You just stepped from one rock to the next.  Where you got to?  Who knew -you just kept walking until you got there.  The key [...]
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Las Vegas

Photo Galleries > Las Vegas The Neon Museum The Boneyard at Las Vegas's Neon Museum tells the city's history through its historical neon signs. read more The Neon Museum, Las Vegas Kristin and I travelled to Las Vegas in 2013 - we had always said Las Vegas was somewhere we would like to visit if there was ever a reason to travel there.  We thought this would be a wedding, or maybe a bachelor/bachelorette party.  But the occasion that brought [...]
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Izamal

Photo Galleries > Izamal Kinich Kak Moo Pyramid The city of Izamal, Mexico includes a number of Mayan ruins mix within the modern buildings, including the ruins of Kinich Kak Moo. read more Kinish Kak Moo - Izamal, Mexico Kristin and I travelled to Mexico for our wedding anniversary in 2009 - the plan was to spend the first half of the trip in Chichen Itza (what Kristin refers to as the Discovery Channel part of the trip) and then the [...]
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