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// During my annual July 4th vacation in Kennebunkport, Maine I was hired by Julie Chavez to do a family portrait of her family while they were vacationing in Biddeford Pool. I was already familiar with Julie and her extended family because 5 years ago her sister had hired me to photograph them. It was […]
// On Saturday I attended and photographed the Coconut Grove Sailing Club’s annual “Installation Dinner.” Just what is an “Installation Dinner” you ask? It’s simply a ceremony and dinner honoring the installation of the Club’s officers for the next year of service. Quite literally it’s a “passing of the flag” from the current officers to […]
// One of the pleasant surprises I encountered when I moved to Coconut Grove is frequently crossing paths with wild peacocks. The history of peacocks in Coconut Grove is interesting: “Among the first permanent settlers in South Florida were grocers Charles and Isabella Peacock who arrived in Coconut Grove encouraged to establish a hotel. Their hotel, built in 1883, was called […]
// This is the fourth in a series of photos I took during my recent 9-day trip to Colombia. This is one of my favorite photos I took on this trip. Shown here are a couple who are bringing their daughter complete with tricycle to the International Workers’ Day Demonstration held in the Plaza […]
// This is the third in a series of photos I took during my recent 9-day trip to Colombia. Shown here are riot police protecting the Colombian National Capital in the Plaza de Bolivar which happens to be the most visited destination in all of Colombia. The police were quite friendly to me and even […]
Tonight I attended the 2013 annual meeting of the Coconut Grove Sailing Club. It was a great meeting led by Commodore Doug Hanks who announced a surplus budget for the last fiscal year. In the photos you’ll see each of the current Officers and also the four candidate running for the Board of Directors. And […]
// This is the second in a series of photos I took during my recent 9-day trip to Colombia. I began this photography tour with two days in Bogotá, a massive capital of nine million people (yes, it’s bigger than New York City). I just happened to arrive the day before the year’s largest annual […]
I recently attended a cool performance at Pablo Cano’s Red Velvet Theater in Little Havana. I’ve been to many at this theater but this particular production featured Pablo’s marionettes, choreography and dance by Marissa Alma Nick and beautiful vocals by Jahzel Dotel. To learn more about upcoming productions, contact Pablo Cano here.