Tag Archives: inspiration

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When Life Hands You Lemons… and Other Notable Cliches

“Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.” ~ Carol Burnett Life sucks. Lost your wife, lost your home, lost your pets, lost your car. Whatever it is, it was […]

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Until That Hand Becomes Like Unto a Thing of Iron

Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Daredevil, Wonder Woman, the Avengers, Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange … Seriously, somebody pinch me! As a life-long comic book geek, I could not be more stoked about […]

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Kenneth Lumpkin: Song of Ramapough

“Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.” ~ Carl Sandburg My friend Ken recently came to me to photograph the cover of his latest book “Song of Ramapough“, a collection of poetry inspired by […]

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Inspiration. We don’t always know where it comes from but, when it does, it often hits like a bolt of lightning. It can be visual and unspoken. It can be real or imagined. We sometimes […]

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Today, Close Is Close Enough

Today, I came to the realisation that close can be close enough. On April 6, I found out that I was a finalist for the Professional Photographers of Canada national image salon Portrait Photographer of […]

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The Competitive Edge

“If you’re a competitive person, that stays with you. You don’t stop. You always look over your shoulder.” ~ Magic Johnson After a very busy end of 2012/ beginning of 2013, my fingers have, once […]

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Sticktoitiveness

Believe it or not, stick-to-it-iveness is an ‘unword’ that’s been in use since at least 1867. It’s defined as “dogged perseverance” and, really, it’s a fun little colloquialism to say. The reason that I’m talking […]

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