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Susan Portnoy
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A day-dreaming pragmatist that loves travel and photography
A day-dreaming pragmatist that loves travel and photography

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Walking into the Enid Haupt Conservatory, my mood changed instantly for the better. The biting cold I’d just weathered gave way to the soothing heat and humidity of the tropical oasis inside. Eyes closed, I took a deep breath and felt myself relax. For 15…

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As I walked into the Enid Haupt Conservatory, the biting cold gave way to the warmth and humidity of the tropical. Instantly my mood changed for the better. Eyes closed, I took a deep breath and felt myself relax. For the last 15 years, the New York…

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Great tips if you're headed on a long flight anytime soon.
#flights #travel #traveltips 

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Great place to spend an hour or a day if you're in Florida! 

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It was a balmy morning,  just after 7am. The sun was rising and a faint smell of salt tinged the air. I stood at the edge of the shore photographing a large flock of white pelicans preening in the still, ankle-high water. To their right was a handful of…

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Save yourself from neck and shoulder pain when you travel. #travel #traveltips #techtips #computers

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One of the most spectacular photographic opportunities on the planet is an African safari. I wish I had the skill to properly convey how amazing it is in all the ways one would dream about. And how impossibly inspiring it is from dawn until desk. But even…

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I’m very excited! As of today, I am officially signed up for a masterclass workshop with renowned photographer, Arthur Meyerson, in Santa Fé, at the Santa Fé Photographic Workshops.  Woot! The class takes place over five days in March and is entitled  The…

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Two Kills and a Gator - A Stroll Through Lovers Key

I’ve been to Africa four times and I’ve never seen a kill; I go to Lover’s Key in Florida and I see two in under an hour. How weird is that? Kill #1 The first was within minutes after arriving at the Key with Maureen, a friend from college, who moved to…
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