Author Archives: Chip Cain


Two From The Beach Six Hours Apart

What a difference six hours can make. The first photograph, titled Noctilucent Waves, was taken on a cold March night. It is a 30 second exposure just off the boardwalk in Rehobeth Beach, MD. Anyone […]

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Flowers of the Western National Parks

On May 14 2011 I left Pennsylvania and went west, visiting many of the national parks we are gifted with here in the US. The time of year was perfect for me to capture the […]

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Sunflowers 2011

Finally, I found time to revisit my trip to the field of sunflowers. I have selected eight of them in hopes there will be at least one that you will like. For a limited time […]

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“Piano History” Is Accepted

Today I received word that one of my photographs from my “found pianos” has been accepted into the Harrisburg Art Association’s 85th International Juried Exhibition. This is the first photograph from my piano series to […]

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Something Different

For several years I have been amassing lots of pictures from the beach but rarely do I do anything with them. Many are just vacation snapshots and many are experiments gone awry and the rest […]

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Catching up . . . sort of

It’s been a while since posting any of my pictures so in an attempt to catch up with myself I am posting photos from three separate photo shoots. There’s not a lot for me to […]

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Accepted into an Exhibition of Pennsylvania Photographers

I am happy to share with you that my print ‘Aspens, Glacier National Park’ has been juried into an exhibition showcasing the best in Pennsylvania photographers. The exhibition will open on 11/02/2012 in the Crayola […]

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One Question/Fifty People

I continue to be fascinated with these short 1 question 50 people videos: this one is no exception. Here is another one for your enjoyment and please leave your answer to the question by posting […]

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The Portraits: Wild Africa

Recently I found a photographer who’s photos of African animasl are more like portraits than the usual pictures you see. The photographer is Nick Brandt and he says of his “. . . images are […]

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Fifty People, One Question

It’s a simple question in London… httpv:// It’s a simple question in Brooklyn… httpv:// It’s a simple, but different question in New York… httpv:// Now go ahead and ask your self these same questions: they’re […]

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Coming Alive – Spiritual Healing

Howard Thurman has said “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs – ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” […]

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The Nature of Praries and Other Things

“Terry Evans is a photographer whose work has been primarily an inquiry into the nature of prairie from its native state to its use, abandonment, and care.” This statement comes from her own website and […]

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Baubles & Boat

Last Fall my wife and I went with good friends to see an exhibition of glass art at the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The artist, Dale Chihuly, is internationally known for his very organic […]

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Walking backwards can lead somewhere

Evol – Chris Vincze from Capalbio ShortFilmFestival on Vimeo. This short film by Chris Vincze, titled Evol, considers what would happen if you walked in a direction different than the rest of the world. I […]

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A Beginning . . .

Last night I was visiting a friend and he asked “do I have a blog?” my answer was , “no” but in fact I have had this blog set up for several months. However set-up […]

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