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Saturday, November 24, 2012

2013 Calendars are available online

I have two calendars for sale this year. I did my Desktop Calendar again this year. It comes in a CD case, which measures 5" by 5.5", so it is small and doesn't take up a large amount of desktop space. Open the CD case, and fold back the lid and it becomes the calendar holder, all in one neat package. Each month is a separate page. For the next month, just move the page to the back of the holder. 
Order here on my website.

This year I decided on the theme Along the Atlantic Coast. We have traveled up and down the Atlantic, and particularly like lighthouses. In going through my archives I found many images that would fit this theme. The images go from Florida to Nova Scotia, Canada. 
I put this together in September, before Sandy hit the area. Ocean City, MD, Cape May and Long Beach Island do not look the same. The calendar images head north to New Hampshire, with one of my most popular images from the Isle of Shoals, entitled Morning Row. I was at Star Island for a photography retreat with the NHSPA, and Jerry Monkman. At sunrise, we were all on the boardwalk to the boats. I saw the skiffs below lined up. Rather than wait for the shun to break the horizon, I went down to the dock and watched as the sunlight lit up the shoreline and the boats. It reminds me that an alternate view, and looking both with your eyes and feet, and provide great rewards. 

I continue on to Acadia National Park, and finally to the port area of Peggy's Cove, Canada's second most photographed area (behind Niagara Falls). It is a great gift or stocking stuffer, and it is only $12.00, plus NYS Sales tax and shipping. I will ship it in a cardboard mailer, which can be reused if you want to send it to someone else.

Order the Along the Atlantic Coast Desktop Calendar here with PayPal. 2013 Along the Atlantic Coast Desktop Calendar

My second Calendar is the Beauty of Locust Grove. It is a wall calendar, which measures 11" across and 17" high. It has 13 images from Locust Grove, the Samuel F. B. Morse Estate. I have a solo show of thirty five landscape images there now until the end of January, 2013.
It is a limited edition prepared in connection with the show. 

The calendar has many of the photographs hanging in the show, but also has an image from the annual Car Show and the mansion, and other images. Have the beauty of Locust Grove on your wall all year round for only $14.50, plus NYS Sales tax and shipping.
Order The Beauty of Locust Grove Wall Calendar here with PayPal. 

You can order on line using PayPal, or send me a check payable to Bogle Photography, 21 St. Anne's Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-5012. Here is the link to order from my website If you have any questions, please e-mail me at 

Thursday, November 22, 2012

We give Thanks on this day

Thanksgiving is such a special time for me. It is a time with family. As a child, it meant piling into the station wagon and heading north to Albany, NY to my Aunt and Uncle's house with cousins and my Mom's family. It was football on TV, pearled onions and peas, tomato aspic, lemon tarts and turkey. Being the youngest, and relegated to the table in the hall, I did not get a choice as to turkey, it was always dark meat, which I still prefer.Turkey and its trimmings was my father's favorite meal, as we would have it on almost every holiday except Easter. We would have the grand meal, and my Dad and I would walk to his friends house after dinner to walk off the meal. We would return to to have dessert, Eskimo Pies from the freezer, and a turkey sandwich for the next day. It was a tradition that we always did. 
As our families grew and moved away, schedules and distances kept us from getting together. Turkey is my favorite meal. My brother in law Bob, who owns Kitchen Kapers stores in NJ, PA and DE (, couldn't get away from Black Friday. My sister Julie offered to have Thanksgiving at their house in Cherry Hill, NJ, and we have rekindled the gathering. A big table, lots of delicious food, and the old standards. It has become the central location, with our daughter Emily in DC, her boyfriend Tom in Baltimore, Justin in college at Ursinus in Collegeville, PA. We all descended on Cherry Hill. Dinner at Razz's in Marlton, NJ on Wednesday night has become a staple of the holiday. 

Generations together, all bringing food. Multiple conversations all going on at once. It feels like one big hug. Without a doubt, my favorite holiday.

On this wonderful day, we give thanks that we are able to be together and enjoy the food, the fun, and the family. From our family to all, have a wonderful thanksgiving.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Quiet Places - Landscapes of Locust Grove

My solo show, Quiet Places, Landscapes of Locust Grove, is up at the Visitor's Center, 2683 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY. For those not familiar with Locust Grove, it was Samuel F. B. Morse's house and grounds. Although he is known primarily for Morse Code, he was considered "America's Leonardo." His paintings hang in the National Portrait Gallery in DC and other renowned locations. The Mansion is quite nice, with great views across the Hudson River. But it is the grounds and the trails that interest me the most.

There are brooks, streams, and even a small waterfall which they call the Cascade. There is an overlook of the Hudson River, and a pond and Sun Fish Cove. Great for hiking, snowshoeing and just a walk in the woods. 

This is my first solo show. It has thirty five images of the grounds and trails, all shot at Locust Grove. It is the crisp sunlight over frosted grass, fresh snow on a stream, fall colors, and the walls along the trails. I have gone there so many times, and think I have taken every image, yet I come back with fresh new images. At least five of the images in the show were made in October of this year. It is the familiarity of a place that lets you express so much more detail and feeling in your images. 

Please stop by and view my show. The Visitors Center is open every day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is an Artist's Reception on Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Please stop by for some refreshments and to talk. Thank you.