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Cam Miller
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Retired educator, full time photographer!
Retired educator, full time photographer!

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My Daily Photo Walk: First Day Hike at Sugarloaf
Many people and cultures have traditions for the first day of the New Year:  eat black eyed peas, make a resolution, visit the temple, or avoid sweeping the stoop.  Some of these traditions are connected to superstition, others to family ritual.  One such r...

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A new blog entry.  It's been a while -- I've been too busy learning new things!
http://www.camscamerashots.com/blog/2014/11/always-learning-new-techniques

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I've been taking a digital painting course, where I have learned how to turn my photographs into paintings, using Corel Painter X3.  It's difficult to let go of the sharp focus I strive for, but working in this manner has been very fun and expands my artistic skills.  With Karen Burns and Marie Otero.
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Life Through My Lens: On the Way Home
Silver Thread Falls Mountain Laurel was still in bloom! I honestly thought I could make it home in two full days on the road, with only one night in a hotel, but I was wrong.  So wrong.  My love of taking the slower roads is one reason, lots of road work is...

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Life Through My Lens: A Floral Day
Late this morning, my friend Sally and I went to a garden here in Oakland.  Julie, the garden's owner, gave us a tour of her yard, which was beautifully manicured.  There were hostas, spirea, echinacea, hydrangea, rudbeckia, kiwi vines, listeria, and more. ...

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Life Through My Lens: Going Loony in Maine
This one came up right near the boat. A new pump needs new buckets. Today I drove to Oakland, Maine, where my friends Sally and Chris have a house on East Pond, part of the Belgrade lakes area.  The lovely lake is surrounded by homes and summer camps, and i...

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Life Through My Lens: More of the Harpswells
Although the sun did not make an appearance until two hours before sunset, the diffused light made for a pretty good day for photos.  I left at 7:30 this morning for the Harpswell area again, this time to visit Bailey's and Orr's Islands. Bridge detail -- a...

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Life Through My Lens: The Harpswell Area
Best friends. Window at the Chocolate Church Today I left Rockport and came south on Rt. 1, arriving in Brunswick around 11 a.m.  I did a good walk through town, browsing the shops and enjoying lunch (lobster salad in a roasted red bell pepper). After lunch...

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Life Through My Lens: On the Rocks at Pemaquid Point
There's nothing like getting up at 3:30 a.m.  to go and photograph a lighthouse at sunrise.  Well, yes there is.  Sleeping late is a close second.  But this is Maine!  And the weather was clear!  We had no excuses, so off we went.  After all, if you are in ...
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