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Place Royale

October 22, 2015

canada   cities   cultures   history   tours   travel   travel photography   vacation  

This is Place Royal of the city of Québéc whose stones were first laid nearly 400 years ago in 1608. At the center of the original collection of portside buildings is Notre Dame des Victoires (Our Lady Of Victories) which was constructed shortly after the founding of the city....
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I don't know what it is. But, the towns look like they're from the Gilmore Girls set. The people are happy, intelligent and scream independence. At the same time they'll will aid you in any way possilbe. It's just a wonderful place. I was feeling the Bern!

This is the town common in Brandon Vermont.

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The hardwoods of New England and north Atlantic states are singing their swan song with a supporting chorus of yellow, orange and red.  The crisp air of fall refreshes the senses yet delivers a silent warning of the long, gray winter ahead.  

Here is the view of the famous trout fishing area on the Ausable River as it flows between Lake Placid and Wilmington, NY.  It's time to get in those last casts. 

We're heading through Maine, Québec and Vermont soon to catch this wonderful spectacle.  I'll be posting photos from the road so keep coming back!

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Heading To Québec

September 20, 2015

canada   Quebec   tours   travel   travel photography   vacation  

We visited Québec this time last year and on that trip we ran into this spooky "ghost tour" that is popular with visitors.  
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Every Teton National Park brochure warns you that many visitors have been gored by bison and bison have no problem catching you as they can run three times faster than humans.
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The Grand Tetons

September 12, 2015


I just spent three days rising before dawn to capture the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. It's a wonderful time of year to be there.  This image is the first in a series of the great Teton range I'll be sharing with you. I woke up three mornings to see how the light would change and I'll share them all with you over the coming days and weeks.
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Summer's Almost Gone

September 02, 2015

beach   pier   Sunset   surf   surfers  

It was low surf and few surfers tonight at the Huntington Beach Pier. But....

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The bristlecone pine grows at an altitude of over 10,000 ft. in the Bristlecone National Forest on the eastern edge of California. Many of the trees are nearly 5,000 years old with the oldest being 5,064 (germination in 3049 BC. It's location in the park is secret to help in it's protection.

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Summer's Almost Gone

August 26, 2015

beach   Nantucket   Sunset  

This is an actual sunset at Madaket beach on the far western tip of Nantucket.

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It's been a strange few days in SoCal weather with the appearance of actual rain for three of the last four days. Tonight we were hoping the clearing weather would make a nice sunset over Long Beach harbor. We got lucky.

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