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An aspiring photographer



Published: 2013-10-02T12:44:43-04:00

 



Diners of Maine: A1

2013-10-02T12:44:43-04:00

I renewed my interest in photography after taking classes over three summers at the Maine Media Workshop. Artists Frank Lavalle, Christine Collins and Jan Rosenbaum encouraged, guided, and prodded. Then...



Cuba - Frozen in the '50s

2013-10-02T12:33:36-04:00

HAVANA, Cuba -- This Caribbean island is a country in amber. Fidel's forces may have wrested power from the dictator Batista in the '50sbut much of the island looks the...



Fab '50s/'60s on four wheels

2013-10-01T12:29:49-04:00

The Owl's Head Transportation Museum's Fabulous '50s/'60s Show drew hundreds of memories on wheels. A '57 Chevy, a '56 Thunderbird, a '62 Olds Starfire, the usual suspects. One highlight was...



Diners of Maine: Miss Portland

2011-12-21T11:24:04-05:00

Miss Portland Diner is an old diner being given new life by a former New York magazine executive. Tom Manning bought the then-abandoned diner car on Portland's xzxzxzxsized, and moved...



Diners of Maine: Moody's

2011-12-20T16:49:46-05:00

P.B. Moody went into business in 1927. He started with three cabins, figuring that the new US Route 1 was likely to have some traffic from vacationers who might need...



More Venice: Walking in the rain

2011-11-16T12:53:39-05:00

During our ten days in Venice, we had rain. St. Mark's Square and its immediate area flooded, water six to eight inches deep. It's the lowest part of Venice, and...



Venice

2011-11-10T14:31:44-05:00

You call this a vacation? Six days in Venice in late October, a style called "Street Photography." Which means maybe as many as 100 images an hour. Trying to shoot...