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Archive for November, 2010

On Saturday, December 4th, from 12-530 the City of Fullerton will be hosting their annual Winter Market and Tree Lighting Ceremony. There will be live entertainment, free pictures with Santa, face painting, and the Sparks of Love toy drive for the Fullerton Firefighters. For the adults in the crowd the beer and wine garden will [...]

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Villa Del Sol is a small shopping center/courtyard in downtown Fullerton, the historic landmark was the former location of the California Hotel and currently houses a number of small business and restaurants. About a week and a half until the Fullerton Winter Market and Tree Lighting ceremony! All those things I’ve been putting off…time to [...]

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This shot has been lingering in the back of my mind for the last few weeks. As we’ve prepared for our participation in the upcoming Fullerton Market I’ve been making a concerted effort to focus on images of Fullerton, including the Fox Theatre marquee. As I was standing atop one of the parking structures watching [...]

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Complete package: $175 – 5 retouched digital images on CD or electronically delivered – 1 hour portrait session – At your location of choice (locations outside of the Orange County area may be extra) – 10% off professional prints, cards, and other great gift ideas Dates are filling up fast – call 714.317.9533 or contact [...]

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Ayutthaya was the ancient capital of Thailand and existed from 1350 to 1767. Millions of visitors travel to the temple ruins to witness a reminder of the kingdom that once existed and flourished in this area. This slideshow is an attempt to capture and portray the grounds as they exist today and provide a small [...]

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Portfolio of photographic images from Sean Scanlon’s photo essay, Scenes of India.

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Portfolio of images for the portrait photography of Sean Scanlon.

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Portfolio of  Travel Photography related images by Sean Scanlon. Featured destinations include India and Thailand. Share and Enjoy:

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Portfolio of the Black and White Photography work of Sean Scanlon. Primary focus is on landscape, urban environments, and street photography.

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Portfolio of Sean Scanlon’s Urban Landscape Photography. Includes urban environments, and examples of modern dystopia. Share and Enjoy:

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Portfolio of Landscape Photography for Sean Scanlon. Share and Enjoy:

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Portfolio of National and State Park photographs. Share and Enjoy:

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I was looking for a different angle of the Fox Theatre Marquee the other day when I stumbled upon the Lemon/Pomona parking structure. From the top of the structure, looking through the staircase beams, using a telephone lens…you get a view of the marquee. As I watched the traffic signal change I realized a long [...]

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