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Photo of sign showing submarine sandwich shop

A photographic journey

I went to an antique camera show the other day, and the room full of film cameras and lenses got me thinking about my own photographic journey.  Now I watch enough reality television to know that everything is a journey these days.  But I’m not talking about the journey from obscurity to 15 minutes of […]

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Four New England landscapes from Hockman photo calendar

My favorite things

I’ve been on Etsy for just over a year now — as a seller and as a customer — and I have found some extraordinary items. First, a quick introduction to Etsy for those who may not be familiar with it. Etsy is an online marketplace for handmade and vintage goods.  Sort of like eBay […]

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City lights: Making a photo book

The other day I found an email in my inbox telling me that I had only three days left to redeem my coupon for a free photo book at Shutterfly. I’m still not sure what I clicked, bought, or said to get the offer, but I hate to waste a freebie. So off to Shutterfly […]

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Collection of photos from Red Nickel

What happened to the summer?

Today is Labor Day, which closes the book on what turned out to be a rough summer for art fairs. I had to cancel my participation at the Coolidge Corner Arts Festival — long one of my favorite events — because of torrential rains and I bowed out of my SoWa July date because of […]

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