Another Interesting Read

Talk to any serious photographer about equipment and you will get the same moans and groans about what the major manufacturers are doing and not doing to the industry. Michael Reichmann has written an interesting article Why the camera industry is in the dumper and what can be done about it. In this article he […]

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming


While waiting for my back to heal, and during one of my lucid moments between pain episodes, I discovered a cool way for me pass some time. I decided to convert one of my favorite Jackson Hole images, the one below, into a thousand piece puzzle! This accomplishes several things for me. It passes the […]

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I have been struggling with back problems since the week before Christmas. At that time, when attempting to maneuver my snowblower, I heard a loud pop coming from the side of my back. As painful as it was, over the next three weeks it did start to get better. But I felt my back muscles […]

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Cowboy, Aruba

Artistic Refreshments

Being Italian and Polish, it usually takes me twice as long as the average person to learn new techniques. Notice I didn’t say completely learned; just to begin to be learned. One of the main goals of this blog is to have a place I can document my successes and my failures so that I […]

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Quality Time With Someone Special

Have you ever been lucky enough to not only meet your idol, but actually spend some quality time with him? Such was the case when I was in Maine, for a one-on-one private workshop with my mentor, John Paul Caponigro (JP), and had the privilege and honor to chat with his dad, Paul. Regrettably, I […]

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