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Perennially Yours

While the Northeast winters are one of the harshest in the country, I wouldn’t be in any other place during the summers. The landscape is so lush, and plants grow effortlessly anywhere. In this side of God’s country, flora and fauna are being nurtured by Mother Nature herself. So even for people who don’t have green thumbs, such as ourselves, we grow beautiful, lush gardens.

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Burlington Mardi Gras 2011

With winter hopefully ending soon, one of the most anticipated activities in this cold and often gloomy North East city is the annual Mardi Gras parade. It may be a few (or more) notches down on the craziness scale compared to the original Mardi Gras down south, but it is far more family friendly. It’s great to see the colorful display of characters in the parade, not to mention the fun gathering of the Vermont populace in a party mode.

At 45 degrees F, it is definitely a little more bearable to hang out to watch the entire parade this year. Of course I’ll be happy to have weather beyond freezing point nowadays.

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Autumn Photoscape 2010

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Autumn brings bittersweet feelings. It is the most beautiful time of the year, bursting with the most gorgeous colors and the landscape is majestic. However, it also means that in a matter of weeks, nature will be going through a purging and all of these pretty colors will nothing but bare, lifeless looking twigs. Nevertheless, being the guy with the glass-half-full, I bask in the moment and enjoy New England’s prettiest time of the year. Enjoy my take of Autumn 2010.


Boston After the Storm

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This series features the Boston skyline after the blizzard on Dec. 26, 2010 shot mostly from the observatory deck of the Prudential Tower.  Albeit looking like a scene from “The Day After Tomorrow” it was memorable trip because it triggered our renewed appreciation for the city.  Aside from being one of  the most dominating sport cities, we love Boston for its charming character, rich historical past and their awesome clam chowdah.   It is considered as one of the oldest cities in the United States and also the unofficial capital of New England.