Author: Richard Terpolilli

DEVASTATION AFTER HARVEY, IRMA AND NOW MARIA

Survival in Houston from Harvey, credit David J. Phillip/AP Photo Puerto Rico crushed by Maria, credit New York Daily News HISTORY Linda and I have lived in Florida for seventeen years. During that time we have seen Charlie, Frances, Jeanne, Mathew, Wilma, Ivan, and Irma. In 2004 Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne landed exactly two weeks apart to the day. They hit landfall exactly two miles apart from each other with the eye going over our home. Both hurricanes were category 2. And now, we see “Devastation After Harvey, Irma And Now Maria.” Reflecting back, tornadic warnings from Frances and Jeanne were a...

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AN EASY RECIPE FOR SUCCESS: MY BAKED STUFFED SHRIMP

We lived in Rhode Island for fifty three years where seafood and shellfish was a main staple in our home. One of the shellfish dishes that always captured my attention is baked stuffed shrimp. To describe my recipe in just a few words, you are in for a special treat. Over the years I have tweaked my stuffed shrimp recipe many times to its present form. Moreover, my recipe for success is written for use in your kitchen that will bring delight to everyone’s senses. Anyone who enjoys cooking and fine food will quickly add my baked stuff shrimp to their recipe...

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EASY STEP BY STEP SLOW COOKING ONION CRANBERRY BRISKET

INTRODUCTION In this easy to follow recipe, I’ll mention what kind of brisket cut you should buy and how to slow cook an onion cranberry brisket. The slow cooker or CROCKPOT infuses savory flavors into your entrée that requires little time and work. While it simmers slowly resting on itself infusing goodness and warmth, it will give tenderness and blossoming fragrances. All you have to do is enjoy your day, and wait, allowing all the ingredients to embrace each other. Beef Brisket ~ Simply Explained TO BEGIN WITH A BRISKET is a large cut of meat, between 3 and 8 pounds....

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HOW GREAT ARTISTS FROM THE PAST CAN INFLUENCE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHERS

Copyright (C) Richard Terpolilli – richterpolilli.com – 2017 All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form without prior written permission by the author, except in the case of brief quotations in reviews INTRODUCTION I have given considerable thought to the title and content for today’s article, ‘What Master Artists  Teach Developing Fine Art Photographers.’  Most articles regarding fine art photography discuss vision, style, emotional response, and technique. However, little mention is given to the master artists from the 15th to 17th centuries and their ability to teach early twentieth century photographers. Photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz,...

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FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS Part 2

INTRODUCTION In my previous blog Fine Art Photography for Beginners I discussed developing new eyes or seeing skills to communicate what you are seeing or feeling into a work of art that will arouse or stir the viewers thoughts and emotions. I will tell you up front that this is not an easy task. What I will tell you is that you are not alone feeling this way. Additionally, I will present some thoughts and the thoughts of other world class Fine Art Photographers that will make your transition into this arena challenging, thought provoking and fun. Copyright (c) 2017 by Richard...

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