Paul Contino | Photographs

Newsletter Issue No. 3

Sunrise from Kailua Beach on October 30, 2021. The sun’s been moving ever further southward and has been rising in very photogenic locations.

“How to”: Sunrises and Sunsets

Segue to Autumn

This is my favorite time of the year! The air is cooler, the leaves change color, apples are ripe for the picking. At least what I am used to up in the northeast of the United States. At present, as mentioned above, I am in Hawaii, where the temperature swings between mid 70s to mid 80s throughout the day, every day, of every month. Yes, nothing to complain about; however I do miss that crisp cool air, the donning of a sweatshirt or sweater for a walk, leaves crunching below feet. I’m definitely of the seasonal sort.

[I believe this photo was taken at Maple Acres Farm in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, a few years back | using Kodak Ektar film]

From my Readers

Ted Dawson from Barre, Vermont, sent in the following images, evoking a Halloween feel combined with those vibrant autumnal colors Vermont is known for. Thanks for sharing Ted! [You can view more of Ted’s work here]

What I’m …

Reading: National Geographic coverage on the Vikings

Listening to: Soolaiman by Neil Diamond

Drinking: Starbucks, yes, Starbucks (dark roast coffee, no cream, no sugar)

Hope you’re enjoying the season!

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