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Time and weather work endlessly to give character and drama to the landscape. So much character is revealed in the cobbled practicality of generations who have worked and walked these spaces. To me, these places are weathered monuments. They are portraits, tired but proud. I truly enjoy capturing the stubborn defiance with which these old structures face relentless time.

Whether it is the forgotten villages, homesteads, and agriculture of two hundred years which has left its design like a quilt stitched with roads and draped over the rolling terrain of my home in Central New York, or a bustling, aged plaza in Venice, it is a visual feast for me. I understand the quiet history.

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