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The Skelligs – A New Book By Peter Cox

The Skelligs are a pair of islands off Ireland’s west coast with a long and storied history. While they have some of the most dramatic landscapes anywhere on the planet, the human history of the larger island, Skellig Michael, is every bit...

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Printique Photo Albums

Use Your Isolation Time and Make A Photo Book I hope everyone is safe and healthy at home right now. It’s certainly a crazy time and if you are anything like me you may already be going a little stir crazy. In...

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Composing a Composite – Cliff Diver

The city of Acapulco, on Mexico’s west coast, has long been a major destination for tourists.  Of all its attractions, perhaps the most famous are the cliff divers at La Quebrada (The Creek), adjacent to the Mirador Hotel.  All members of the...

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Ibarionex Perello

Street vs Public Photography

When explaining that I’m a street photographer, I often respond in two different ways.   The first is in reaction to people who don’t understand why I would want to make photographs that include strangers. Isn’t that a violation of privacy? Don’t...

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End Of The Road –  Hokkaido

In early 2019, I took a small group of photographers to Japan for a workshop.  It was an interesting workshop, to say the least, as we explored areas of Japan and took some amazing photos. We also learned a lot. This article will be...

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Louis Foubare

Why Are The Sands White?

The white sand is the essence of what makes the White Sands National Monument (WSNM) so very unique.  Covering a total of 275 square miles (710 square kilometers) this National Monument is like no other place on earth since it is comprised...

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