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New Panoramics From Panama

Posted on: October 10th, 2013 by Steve No Comments

I’m just back from a week of creating new panoramic images from in and around Bocas del Toro, Panama. Fantasy Island, above, is my the #2231 from this shoot, now showing in the Caribbean section of www.stevevaughn.com. Expect to be adding two or three new images each week from this quite productive venture!  

Florida Keys Panoramic Photographs On Canvas

Posted on: September 19th, 2013 by Steve No Comments

  If you’re a fan of the Florida Keys, listen up. I’ve recently added about a dozen or so new images, both panoramics and standard format,  from my recent photo trip down there, from Key Largo to Key West. They include, above, #2193 from my Along The Road To Key West series. Just click on “Florida”
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It’s Honeymoon Island, honey

Posted on: September 3rd, 2013 by Steve No Comments

Honeymoon Island, on Florida’s gulf coast just a little north of St. Petersburg, is one of my favorite places for late afternoon and sunset photography. On summer days, looking back east toward the mainland, you’ll likely see those magnificent thunderstorm clouds building as a result of heat rising from the land. Later in the day, sunset over
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Belize Throught A Shutter

Posted on: August 23rd, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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Here’s my latest old shutter piece, the #490 Belize Breeze, available in all of my stretched canvas sizes. This beach house and old sailboat were on a little island named Tobacco Key out on the reef off the coast of Belize where the water is spectacularly aqua. You’ll find this and other old shutter looks
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Greetings From Cat Island, The Bahamas

Posted on: August 21st, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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I’m calling this new one “It’s All Yours” because if you were here, Cat Island in The Bahamas, this beach would in fact be all yours……not many people on Cat Island. If there, though, you’d be well served to stay at a place called the Greenwood Inn. “It’s All Yours” is my new number 2214
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Welcome To Islamorada

Posted on: August 19th, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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 This new panoramic image, #2185 on www.stevevaughn.com, is from one of my favorite places — Islamorada in the Florida Keys. Just go to the Florida Keys section of the site to see this and other new Keys pieces from a photo trip I made there a few weeks ago. Or, if some of your friends
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This Weekend: Hilton Head

Posted on: May 22nd, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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Steve Vaughn Panoramic Photography will be at the Hilton Head, South Carolina, Art Festival this weekend, May 25 and 26, at Shelter Cove Harbor. Of course we’ll be displaying our #362 Hilton Head Lighthouse panoramic from the Low Country section of www.stevevaughn.com. And, if there, don’t miss photographer Geoff Coe’s fabulous bird images from the South
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Greetings From St. Maarten

Posted on: May 18th, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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Just back from a photo trip to the islands of St. Maarten and St. Barth. (It’s spelled St. Maarten if on the Dutch portion of the island but St. Martin on the French side). Luckily, these two countries get along here. When arriving on nearby and extremely pricey St. Barth, meanwhile, one’s credit card quickly begins
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Jupiter, Florida and ArtiGras

Posted on: February 14th, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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The show is named ArtiGras, not MardiGras, and I’ll be exhibiting there this weekend (Feb. 16-18) in Jupiter, Florida. North Palm Beach county long has been one of my favorites for both art shows and making photographs. There’s the scenic Jupiter Inlet. The Juno Beach pier, is at far left in the sunrise panoramic image
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Almost Like It WasYesterday

Posted on: January 31st, 2013 by Steve No Comments
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I was exhibiting in the Mount Dora Art Festival, just northwest of Orlando. A friend rushed into my tent and said, excitedly, “Have you heard? The Space Shuttle has gone missing!” “Yeah sure,” I responded, thinking this was a joke. “The Space Shuttle doesn’t go missing.” But it was true. Ten years ago this week.
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