Garnet is the best preserved ghost town in Montana. Located about 20 miles north of Missoula, an easy car ride can get you there.
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Manhattan during Coronapocalypse and saw the city as it was in days of yore, with fewer people, even fewer cars, and wide-open space. The day I got pictures without crowds. The day New York was a ghost town.
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A photo tour of the eastern shore, Cape May delivers photographic opportunities.
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As I was thinking about ways to improve, I thought back to 2008 when I got my first DSLR. It was a Nikon D90 and I remember that day going to a storage facility to […]
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At the very least, the laughing camera’s photographs told stories, either momentary or long lasting.
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I smelled something burning, and commented, “I smell incense burning,” assuming it was a street vendor hawking his product for tourists. But as we walked away from the station, we not only realized there were no street vendors nearby, but that a large cloud of smoke was growing very close to where we were walking.
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Settled in 1733 by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Pennsylvania, Historic Waterford is a wonderful opportunity to get out and enjoy the visual beauty of historic architecture. In the late 1930’s decedents of several of the original Waterford families […]
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fStop Foundation is a great organization that works to education youth through photography on why conservation of our wild lands and animals is so important. Their mission: To create a positive effect in conservation by creating awareness through the use of photography.