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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Feeding a Baby Calf

I apologize for the lack of recent post, I’ve been getting behind lately in my archiving. Here’s a snap from way back in 2004. It’s my little brother feeding a baby calf in the early Illinois spring. The calf had caused its mother a lot of pain during birth, causing the mother to shun the […]

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Mallard Drake Swimming

I was driving over a bridge a few weeks back and saw several ducks. They were swimming and walking all over the ice. I patiently waited for a mallard drake, the green-headed duck, to swim alone by itself and sure enough it did. One of my favorite pictures I’ve ever taken is of a mallard […]

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Maple Syrup Season

It’s maple syrup season here in New Hampshire and throughout much of New England. The sap is running into lines and buckets in several local forests. I’ve always wanted to photograph sap gathering and syrup making. Although it’s not specifically a New England activity, I’ve always associated with the northeast. The whole process from sap […]

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The Gov.

I photographed New Hampshire’s Gov. John Lynch at a Concord Chamber of Commerce meeting last week. For much of the event Gov. Lynch was talking behind a podium, but as he left I saw this reflection in a mirror and thought it might make for a more interesting picture.

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The ISS over a Mercury Rocket

The International Space Station streaks through the dusk sky over a replica Mercury-Redstone rocket at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, New Hampshire on March 6, 2010. I’ve been planning a shot like this in my head for literally months. The local space museum has this gigantic replica rocket out front and I’ve been wanting […]

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