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A couple of weeks ago I took a workshop with master photographer, Howard Austin Feld.  Howard has been a fixture around South Florida for a very long time.  He has developed a revolutionary technique in digital imagary that has dazzled … Continue reading

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Pin-Up Girls at the Mendy House

This past Sunday I was lucky enough to be invited to a photo shoot at the Mendy house in Fort Lauderdale.  From the minute I walked up to the house I knew it was going to be a great experience.  The … Continue reading

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The Bread and Puppet Museum

You’d never guess that an old weathered barn, located in the small village of Glover, Vermont, would be home to some of the world’s largest and most outrageous puppets.  And I’d never guess that I’d be here photographing them in … Continue reading

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Blue Cypress Lake

The cypress islands that nature created surpasses anything that even the best Disney designers could possibly envision.  Ageless, timeless, rooted through the water into the earth, they stand as monuments to time when Hernando de Soto and Ponce de Leon … Continue reading

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The Neon Boneyard

Established in 1996, The Neon Boneyard is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving Las Vegas’ authentic art form…the neon signs.   Signs date from  l930 to the 1990’s and represent hotels, resorts, casinos and local businesses. While the park … Continue reading

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Welcome to Mitchell Bloch Photography

The world is an exciting place, even in the quietest of times.  The shapes, colors and shadows often go unnoticed as we scurry through our day to day lives.  It takes but a fraction of a second to capture that … Continue reading

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