Monthly Archives: December 2019

Weathered but not beaten.

For me there’s nothing more authentic and telling than architecture that has literally stood the test of time. I used one of my favorite lenses, a 55mm (1.8), using a wide open aperture for a shallow depth of field.

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Across the water.

From Fort Adams, looking across Brenton Cove, at Beacon Rock, in black & white (there will be a quiz).

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Waterfront Property.

Waterfront home in Newport, RI. There’s a “lean” on this property.   😉

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Well lit…

The Renaissance Hotel in Providence, dressed for the occasion, tonight being Christmas Eve and all.

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Christmas on the Water

The folks on Mathewson Street in Barrington never disappoint.

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Photo mixup.

So the stairs in our house can be quite chilly………. Sorry. Wrong photo. This is a frozen fish ladder at Ten Mile River. Awkward. My son, Eric, said people are going to think we don’t pay our heating bills – … Continue reading

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Who dunnit?

Which of you left this “shit-zu” on the rug?

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Slater Park

Christmas lights at Slater Park in Pawtucket. Just down the street. Who knew? Apparently my niece, Sarah, knew, so we headed over at her suggestion. Good call.

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Old Sturbridge Village

Last week we teamed up with Kerri, Beth, Jill, Mark, and Lisa for a very chilly night at Old Sturbridge Village. It wasn’t at all what I expected, meaning it easily rivaled the holiday atmosphere at Edaville Railroad this time … Continue reading

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Log in a bog.

A log in the fog in the middle of a bog. Actually, it’s a pond, which doesn’t rhyme with log, fog, OR bog. Most unfortunate, but Christy and I were lucky enough to spot this serene scene on our way … Continue reading

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