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It amuses me how many people come to this site and check out the “sensual” page. We have five physical senses (plus our non-physical ones) with which to enjoy this life. You never know what I might post on that page. But I am glad I put it up there to tease you a little bit. Were you expecting ice cream to be licked out of a belly button?

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Mentioning that we will travel seems to have generated some interest so I thought I would elaborate on some of my own travel experiences. I lived in Europe on two separate occasions. While in grad school at UVA, I spent a term in London attending University College London (I have an M.A.H.) and one summer (still as a student) I lived and worked in France.  That summer I also hitchhiked across the English Channel – before there was a tunnel – during a fisherman’s strike that was jamming up the ferries.

I also love the Highlands of Scotland so much I went five times … and need to go back one of these days with my best friend. Places on my agenda include the South Island of New Zealand and definitely back to Hawaii (went there four times in one year – good year), Venice which comes highly recommended by a friend who just spent a few weeks there.  Of course to Australia to visit that friend and many places in Asia.

Certainly it is a bit easier with digital since I don’t have to wrestle my film past security any more. However, if anyone has a private jet who wants to fly me all of these places … I am not patient with airports – way too many hours twiddling my thumbs now to get anywhere. I used to show up at the airport thirty minutes before I had to be sitting in my seat (and never once missed a flight). Miss those days.

Adam and I are both interested in conducting travel photo workshops abroad. And we are open to suggestions. So suggest away.  Maybe something on a boat (photogenic sail) cruising the Mediterranean?  Putting in at tiny ports and scenic coves?

Email me and let me know:  seeglover [at] gmail.com

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I just wanted to point out that we are happy to travel!! Whether you want us to cross Fishers Island Sound to the island or cross the Pacific to Tahiti – if it’s a fun adventure – WE ARE THERE!

While we are here in Connecticut – Fishers Island is a short ferry ride away, as is Block Island. Newport is close, Fairfield County an easy drive, New York City a day trip. Don’t let a little water or a short drive deter you from having some really great photography of your special day or event.

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KooChoo.com – I am delighted to be listed on your website. I love kids and love working with them.  I am happy to drive to Fairfield for events and portraits on location – or anywhere in CT, NYC, etc. for that matter.   You don’t have all my info right and I can’t figure out how to get in contact with you … So I hope someone sees this and tells you!!!

Email me:  seeglover [at] gmail.com or call 860.536.5969.

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Some of the best photo moments at a wedding have nothing to do with the ceremony. I shot this last month and have been meaning to post it – along with one or two others I will get up eventually.

This is the bride and her sister walking to the ceremony at the Old Lighthouse Museum in Stonington Borough.  I climbed up on a wall to shoot it.

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I ran across this quote on another site (www.tarasorganic.com – a place of delicious ice cream you will have to check out) and decided I needed to borrow it.

“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises, he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.”

~ Mahatma Gandhi

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No the photo has nothing to do with the quote.  I just thought it needed a little color….

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