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Near the northernmost point of the Bay of Fundy are a series of “sea stacks”, rock formations caused by tidal erosion dating back to the glacial era. They’re also known as “flower pots”, which is what the formations – dotted with tall conifer growing on top – resemble. This area has the highest average tides in the WORLD, often reaching 50 feet. Again, taken with the Fuji 6X7 film camera.

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Psychedelia, Norwich, CT

March 25, 2017

You would think this frosted glass – in a corridor at a long abandoned state psych hospital – would have been much too stimulating for residents walking by, but who knows?

There may have been some who actually looked forward to the view, if only to bring a little magic into the oppressive realities of institutional life.

Myself, I can’t stay with it long, which is one of the reasons I shot it with a lot of black on the bottom and side.

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Ward’s Cove, Wilmington, VT

February 24, 2017

Two months out from the Solstice, and nudged along by a couple of sunny days in the 60’s, winter was bound to recede, even with the two feet of new snow recently. And the sap, right on cue, just started running a couple days ago. Can’t help but feel a little giddy, and reassured, watching Spring unfold.

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Six Poles, Stony Creek, CT

January 28, 2017

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Aere Bullae, Ogunquit, ME

September 18, 2016

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Boat Hull, Essex, CT

March 22, 2016

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