Richard Arsenault on December 3rd, 2013

It just wouldn’t be right to make a trip to Walt Disney World and not try some photos of their fireworks shows!  We used a Fastpass for EPCOT’s Illuminations show which brought us to a designated area near one of the gift shops in the Showcase Plaza.  We lined up at the entrance little early […]

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Richard Arsenault on November 25th, 2013

When you need a way to take a photo in a busy amusement park without people in the way – get in close.  With a wide angle lens on the camera I was standing just as couple feet in front of a wall when I took this photo.

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Richard Arsenault on November 21st, 2013

Cinderella’s Castle on 11/16/2013. We had just walked back to Main St when their “Move It Shake It Celebrate It Street Party” was finishing up so they had cleared the street for the parade to loop back down Main St. I took the opportunity of a mostly empty main street to grab some photos of the […]

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Richard Arsenault on August 13th, 2013

At the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA they have preserved Norman Rockwell’s personal studio, moving it from the backyard of his home to the grounds of the museum in 1986. On the right you can see his easel, which can also be seen in his famous painting Triple Self Portrait, including the helmet still […]

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Richard Arsenault on June 30th, 2013

After visiting puffins last weekend we drove a little farther north to Lubec, Maine which is home to the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse.  There are lighthouses everywhere you look when driving along the coast up there, but this is the only one which is the easternmost point in the United States.  If you go on the […]

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