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Monthly Archives: June 2009
I have been photographing horse shows at the New York State Fairgrounds indoor horse arena called the Coliseum for the last 15 years. I’ve never been happy with my results. Having to resort to slow shutters and panning or use … Continue reading
An endangered Red Wolf looks out at me from his enclosure at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York. Rosamond Gifford Zoo is part of the Red Wolf Recovery Project to insure a viable population in hopes to introduce … Continue reading
I ask you, is there anything more American than a small town parade? Red, white and blue all over and kids finding a way to last a long parade route. American built push carts powered by Cub Scouts. There’s one … Continue reading