The mission of the Maplewood Community Garden is to promote organic gardening practices and healthy eating, provide fresh produce to local food pantries, and nurture and encourage a love of gardening among its members and community partners.
Category Archives: travel
And then there’s what I do when there are no people to photograph…
I’ve upped my hiking game. New Jersey is actually a stunningly beautiful state! I know! Not the first thing you think of when you think of NJ! This trip was to Dismal Harmony Natural Area. The state may have beautiful … Continue reading
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Being an event and family photographer while in the midst of a pandemic
Means you find yourself with free time you wouldn’t normally have in the fall. Mostly during the week. Fall is my most favorite time of the year. The fall leaves! The trees that look like they are lit from within. … Continue reading
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My office required me to improvise
Every rush out of the house and forget something? While I would never forget my camera – I have forgotten to take a tripod on vacation. This may not seem like a big deal – but when you want to … Continue reading
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My office is pretty cool
Life doesn’t suck. Even when it does.
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My office has a theme…
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My Office – Cherry blossoms for me!
Sakura! One of the most spectacular scenes of spring is the 5000 cherry trees in Newark’s Branch Brook Park. Stunning shades of pink. Going to to photograph them is almost overwhelming – you don’t know where to start!
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My Office – Outside
With my cell, I rarely go anywhere without a camera. Yes, it’s not the ‘best’ camera. But ‘best’ is a very relative word. While my pro cameras offer better quality, they don’t allow for spontaneousness. They are heavy. They need … Continue reading
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Spring has sprung, finally, but it’s still a cold day with a bit of wind. The magnolia petals are being whipped around the yard, getting battered and bruised. It’s overcast. And cold. And it’s spring. And I’m inside, writing blog … Continue reading
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My Office – Cherry Blossoms and Graffiti
Small spaces = many choices
On my bucket list of places to go is Watkin’s Glen. Not the racetrack. The NY state park. I finally made it to the Finger Lakes this month and wondered why it took me so long to get there. Stunning … Continue reading
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