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Positives and Negatives

East Shore Park, New Haven, CT

A photo essay.

Return, if you will, to a moment before a foot or more of snow had blanketed New Haven’s already frigid earth…

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Scenic Route

Peace on Earth - Knights of Columbus Museum

A photo essay. To view all 35 images, check out the email version.

Peace on Earth, this year’s nativity scene exhibit at the Knights of Columbus Museum, is a nice title in addition to …

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Frights of Fancy

A photo essay.

Halloween warps your perception of things. …

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Headspaces

Martha Willette Lewis

A photo essay. To view all 35 images, check out the email version.

Last week’s Private Studios Weekend, the third of four weekends in this year’s City-Wide Open Studios, offered…

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Shooting the Moon

Harvest Moon over New Haven - October 5-6, 2017

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The full moon closest to the start of fall, a.k.a. the harvest moon, happens every year. But not every harvest moon looks like this year’s. …

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The Feeling’s Mutual

Exchange by A Broken Umbrella Theatre

A photo essay. To view all 34 images, check out the email version.

Saturday and Sunday, it was Westville Weekend…

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After the Fire

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Sometimes you only appreciate a thing after it’s gone up in flames. …

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Physical Therapy

Apparatus inside Wright Laboratory at Yale University

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On the back side of Yale’s Science Hill, there’s a science hillock…

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Have a Peak

A photo essay.

Marking the peak of East Rock, the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument also marks the spot where the city’s annual Fourth of July fireworks show launches, with …

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Manual Drive

A photo essay. To view all 20 images, check out the email version.

Even highly meaningful objects can melt into abstraction. …

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