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About alwaysgail photography by Gail Fischer

I am a photographer who loves to explore everywhere and everything. The journey began in Covington, KY where all the back alleys were sources of great places of visual imagery. After college the desert outside of Tucson, AZ became my place to watch sunsets and seek solitude. Later, NYC was totally exciting and the years there led to a career as a shooter.

Watching and waiting, on the sidelines in Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia.

“I love weddings and model shoots! Especially when I am watching an event unfold. This particular day was very exciting two shooters using the fountain and light to create beautiful pictures. Meanwhile…I just shoot them.” For years I shot both, … Continue reading

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Hawk

It was 8:27 A.M., I was sitting in my car waiting to go into my 8:30 appointment, parked on a side street under a huge oak tree. There was a familiar sound; I had heard it before-the squalling and crying … Continue reading

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Weekend Reflections, Soul Mates

My daughter asked me just last week “do you believe in Soul Mates? because I think I met someone who is mine.” I said “sure, but I have not met anyone who fits that criteria in many years.” I think … Continue reading

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Has anyone ever seen a frost flower? Don’t Pick It!

I must admit I did not find this on my own, it was sent to my email. It is so beautiful that I have to share it. Click the link to see them at the Farmer’s Almanac. Frost flowers are … Continue reading

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Night Photography Soiree. Working late into the night under the moon and stars.

  It has been a long time coming. Night photography needs guidance and a wonderfully enthusiastic teacher. The equipment necessary is  a tripod, wide angle lens, DSLR camera, intervalometer, and the very important accessory the FLASHLIGHT!  This month, I finally … Continue reading

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Revisiting the past: A visit with Harlan Hubbard and PAYNE HOLLOW

Not so long ago, I saw an NBC news story written about a former journalist from Kentucky by the name of Dan Price who had chosen to leave his wife and children to “live on the fringe of society” or … Continue reading

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The Depot at Martini Junction, Geocaching and one man’s love for the Model Railroad.

Earlier this fall I revisited our town forest with the hopes of running into Jim the depot train master. I asked him if he wanted to tell his story about The Depot at Martini Junction and the G scale railroad … Continue reading

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AJAX and ZOE, Bouncing the strobe off the ceiling and using the widow light.

Ajax and Zoe reading a book about the Japanese Calendar. I was lucky that the sofa was placed perfectly between the bay widows. I am not one for setting up shots but rather a person who thrives on catching a … Continue reading

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Rolls Royce and Boston Skyline, What a gorgeous night-always carry a monopod.

            If you are trying to improve your photography skills then you have to always carry the gear. Last night, while walking on the Boston water front, down by the ICA, a private party was … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Light to change.

Quality Of Light makes all the difference. Recently, while driving past a nearby farm I caught the last glimpse of the July night sunset. I pulled over to shoot a piece of farm equipment, only got one frame off, before the … Continue reading

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