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5 Tips for Great Snow Pictures

It’s been a while since the last article. A vacation longer than expected for the Balcony.  A very busy one, even though it didn’t include much travel or photography. Just some other stuff (like buying a new house) which doesn’t have a place in this blog. I am excited to get back on schedule and […]

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Wood burning fireplace

Happy Holidays

I can’t believe it’s been almost 4 months since the inception of PhotoBalcony. I honestly  didn’t expect to enjoy blogging this much.  published, roughly one per week, and I am so grateful for all your feedback and encouragement. I truly enjoyed sharing with you photography tips that I learned either by experiencing myself or reading […]

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Christmas window Macy's

6 Holiday Photo Ideas

Winter holidays are almost here and probably taking pictures is not the first thing that comes to mind. It’s a wonderful time of the year but it can also be very tiring. If you have any time left for yourself after all the shopping, cooking and cleaning, why not grab the camera and snap a […]

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Sunset in Sedona AZ

5 Tips to Make Your Sunset Photos Pop

There is something about sunsets that makes us love them. I’m not sure what. It could be the wonderful warm colors, or maybe just the mood they create. How many times have you watched a sunset and fallen in love with the scenery, but you were disappointed with your photos? That was not what you […]

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Cranberry Bog

The Blog About The Bog

  As millions of Americans are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about cranberries, since cranberry sauce is part of Thanksgiving dinner just like turkeys, stuffing and pies. Cranberries are one of three fruits native to North America in addition to Concord grapes and blueberries, unless […]

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