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    I left my heart in the standard gallery.

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    The next adventure I take.
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    Almost any where in which I'm surrounded by nature - the prairie, the woods, atop the bluffs on Lake Superior, in the marsh, ... it's all the same. Nature is a beautiful thing.

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    Moloka'i.

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    I leave a piece of my heart every time I photograph a child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricR
    The next adventure I take.
    Me too. My heart is aching for Toronto and Quebec at the moment. Not because I have such fond memories of them, but because they are my next shooting location.

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    I had a short visit to Vermont a couple of years ago, and I really miss it. I am not sure if I miss it just photographically - they have more cows than people there, which is my idea of heaven (not the plethora of cows so much as the scarcity of humans). I would like to return and tackle the photography again, as everything I shot the first time ended up looking like postcards - I'm sure if I have more time, and return with much of the new information I have learned regarding photography, I can put more of a personal "stamp" on the pictures I make. Lots of great old graveyards to explore, the covered bridges, the barns, the lakes and rivers. Maybe someday soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcallow
    Me too. My heart is aching for Toronto and Quebec at the moment. Not because I have such fond memories of them, but because they are my next shooting location.
    Agreed. My next shooting location will be along the Murray River and the Alpine National Park areas in Victoria, Australia for 2 1/2 weeks. But, the one place I am just dying to return to one day is the southern part of the South Island of New Zealand (next year, God willing), around Dunedin, Queenstown, Te Anau (Fiordland).
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    For me it's where the sea meets the land. On the north east coast of New Zealand the water is warm clear blue green, and full of wild life. The coast varies from rugged rocks and surf, to horseshoe shaped sandy bays. I spent many summers staying at our small wooden bach that my Grandfather and Father built about 30yrs ago. All day on the beach and in the water, not even wanting to stop for lunch. Dad built a little sailing boat with me passing the tools. Anything you could do on or under the water - we did it. As friends we saw each other for 6 weeks each summer and the weekends, but we knew each other better than anyone else.
    As a consequence, the sea still draws me. And if I'm away from it for too long, miss it. Not afraid of it but respect it, and I love to capture it with some of my photography.
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    I am very fortunate to live in Santa Fe. Everyday the light tempts me to make the photograph of my life time. Especially during monsoon season (now).

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