Tag Archives: Travel

Expedition: Norway to Brazil

  This fall, I’m heading out for a month-log expedition cruise from the fjords of Norway to the rainforests of Brazil. The trip is a collaboration between the Polar Arts Program and Hurtigruten cruise line. During this unique opportunity, I’ll continue work on my Oceans project, lecture on photography and document the voyage for passengers […]

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Photo of the Week: The Brooklyn Bridge

After a few days of showing my work around an unseasonably warm NYC, I had to walk. It had been a few years since I visited the city and I could see the changing face of development everywhere I looked. Since I had a shoot the next morning in Brooklyn Bridge Park I decided that […]

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Photo of the Week: Eastport, Maine

Last summer on my way back from Newfoundland, I spent a night in Eastport, Maine. This town is literally on the edge of the United States – even my phone thought I was still in Canada. Fishing is the main industry but there is a small tourism surge in the summertime, but nothing like Acadia […]

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Destination: Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula

One of the highlights of my recent visit to Newfoundland was traveling to the northern peninsula, aka Land of the Vikings or Vinland. It is a long drive from the ferry docks in Port aux Basques but well worth pounding over rough roads and hydroplaning for 3 hours to get there…I promise. My husband, David, is […]

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Adventures in Birdland

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on Virginia’s eastern shore is a very special little place. It’s part of the larger Assateague National Seashore and features approximately 14,000 acres of beautiful beaches, marshlands and forests. You can see a lot in a day, though I would recommend spending several days quietly exploring all the park has to […]

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