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Tom Sperduto
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Tom Sperduto Photography
Tom Sperduto Photography

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Images from Maine.
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2016-08-05
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Portraits Made in Maine.
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2016-08-04
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Lambs on a farm near my home. 
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6/25/16
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Ghosts in the Mylar. 
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6/5/16
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Llama waiting for the rain.
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I had the opportunity to meet and photograph portraits of women with Metastatic Breast Cancer who were attending the Thriving Together Conference in Philadelphia April 09, 2016. It's not everyday you get to photograph such strength, hope and beauty and I am honored I had the opportunity. 
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4/12/16
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I recently shot an advertising assignment for Devil's Purse Brewing Company in South Dennis, MA. You can view more craft beer and the passion that is poured into making it by visiting this link:
https://www.behance.net/gallery/31388837/Devils-Purse-Brewing-Co-Advertising-Assignment
Thanks for checking it out!
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A portrait of a back for Throwback Thursday. Or, maybe it's someone holding a very large nose? Hang on one more day, friends. The weekend is almost here. #portrait #portraitphotography #fineartphotography #nikonphotography #blackandwhitephotography #photooftheday #photography
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Walter and Phyllis Munyon, from Northborough, MA, have been married for 76 years.  Walter, 98, painted houses for a living while Phyllis, 93, raised their seven children. They have 21 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren. Walter was the church custodian at Trinity Church in Northborough for 20 years until the age of 85. Their advice for young married couples, and those considering tying the knot, is to be kind to one another and be tolerant of differences. “You have to forgive one another. You have to remember that you come from different families and backgrounds.” Walter recommends taking everything in stride. “Don’t take everything so seriously! Walk away and come back in a half an hour,” he said. The couple says they spend most of their days talking and taking walks. “I gave my license up when I turned 93 so now we walk everywhere,” said Phyllis. “We discuss everything. We talk a lot about old age. The trials, the pains, we laugh and say nobody told us this was going to happen!” Phyllis and Walter both agree their faith has strengthened their marriage over the years. In fact, the couple divorced briefly and they feel their faith brought them back together. “You can always lean on God,” said Phyllis. “When I pray I say, “God, here I am again!”
To see more images of Walter and Phyllis please visit my ELDERS project here: http://tinyurl.com/pt9mchn
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2015-10-15
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2015-10-10
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