Nevis Shark Fisherman

by Paul Shoul on December 18, 2014

nevis shark fisherman

A fisherman in Nevis hauls in two sharks from the days catch.

For info on travel go to: http://www.nevisisland.com/

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Sunset on Nevis

by Paul Shoul on December 16, 2014

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Sunset on Nevis at the Oualie Beach Resort 

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Greetings from Nevis

by Paul Shoul on December 12, 2014

nevis Island

I’m very happy to be in Nevis. Beautiful does not quite do justice to this small island in the Caribbean. No chain stores, no chain restaurants, only 12,000 residents , It is incredible.

For more info on travel here go to  Nevis Island .com

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Fishing the Emerald Coast of Florida Slideshow.

by Paul Shoul on December 3, 2014

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Larry Lovell fishing in Florida with a 21lb Yellowtail tuna.

 

I had a fantastic time fishing the Emerald Coast of Florida with Captain Billy Teem and his crew of the ” Fish N Teem” boat in Destin.  Check out the link below for a slideshow of the trip to Destin , Ft.Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island on: Gonomad.com, Florida: Fishing in the Emerald Coast.

 

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Bovine thoughts on grass fed beef

by Paul Shoul on November 20, 2014

cows thoughts on grass fed beef

From a recent interview with cows on their thoughts about about grass fed beef.

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Harbor Walk Village Destin Florida

by Paul Shoul on November 12, 2014

 

destin florida Harbor Walk VilliageComing into Harbor walk village in Destin after a day of fishing on the gulf. It may be getting colder in the East, but the sun is always shining in Florida. For more info on travel to Destin and Fort Walton Beach, go to:

Emeraldcoast.com

 

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Dolphin Gulfarium

by Paul Shoul on November 11, 2014

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The Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park in Fort Walton Beach Florida is a cool, family friendly place to get a close up look at Marine life.

Check them out at gulfarium.com

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Lost and Found, Driving Nova Scotia

by Paul Shoul on November 6, 2014

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Check out my new story “Lost and Found a Road Trip to Nova Scotia, PEI and Cape Breton on Gonomad.

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Halloween Hurts in the Morning

by Paul Shoul on November 2, 2014

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Halloween breakfast. Scary.

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3 Pelicans in Destin Florida

by Paul Shoul on October 28, 2014

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Three pelicans greeted our return after a day of deep sea fishing aboard the “Fishin Team” of Harbor walk fishing charters in  Destin Florida on the Emerald coast.

For more info go to: Emerald Coast

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Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier, Fort Walton, Florida.

October 26, 2014

Tweet I just got back from 3 fabulous days on the Emerald coast of Florida. Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier in Fort Walton is a great spot to fish or  just grab a beer and watch the sunset. For more info on travel to the Gulf go to: Emerald Coast

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A Foggy Day in Yarmouth.

October 20, 2014

Tweet A fishing boat on the shore at low tide on a foggy day in Yarmouth Nova Scotia.  

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Fort Anne National Historic Site Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia

October 18, 2014

Tweet There is something about the tension between the canon and the boys pose, almost as if he is falling on the battlefield, that I like about this shot. Fort Anne National historic site, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia.

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Deceive Ecstasy.

October 7, 2014

Tweet   Deceive Ecstasy. Three things I noticed out in the world today that gave me reason to pause. First is that an old couch with a “Free” sign in front of a house after a rain storm is either sad and desperate or incredibly optimistic, I can’t decide which. Second was a bumper sticker […]

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The Lobstermen of Cape Breton Nova Scotia

August 22, 2014

Tweet   Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia: Joe Gillis, a 3rd generation lobsterman, works the ocean off the cliffs of Inverness with his two sons Alex and Daniel. Jim Turner is the newbie, learning the trade. They set 300 traps. At 70lbs each dry, the task of setting, hauling and stacking the traps, and coiling […]

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Eating Prince Edward Island

August 21, 2014

Tweet Checkout my new slide show, Eating Prince Edward Island on Gonomad.com

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A lion in luxury, Portugal

August 4, 2014

Tweet A stone Lion peers out from the entrance to Hotel Quinta das Lagrimas in Coimbra Portugal

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Greetings from PEI

August 2, 2014

Tweet Greetings from Prince Edward Island Tourismpei  

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Sir. John A Macdonald PEI

July 30, 2014

Tweet On a bench at the corner of Queen and Victoria Row In Charlottetown, Prince Edwards Island, sits Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. MacDonald. Cast in bronze by artist Michael Halterman, he leans forward, as if in mid thought, engaging whoever occupies the next seat. Public art is often hit miss but this […]

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Food & Function

July 27, 2014

Tweet Photography is a thoughtful process. It is the “seeing” that is the hard part. One of the things I love about the job is figuring out the concepts behind a new assignment. I got a call from David Julian McClements, a faculty member of the Food Science department at Umass Amherst. He asked if […]

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Cape Breton Nova Scotia. Horses in Late Afternoon light

July 23, 2014

Tweet On the road to Inverness, on Cape Breton Island in  Nova Scotia, I was driving in the stunning late afternoon light searching for an image. I stopped to shoot this barn, and the horses appeared topping it off. It was a lucky shot, but as my father used to say, “luck favors the prepared”

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Liverpool Lighthouse Lookout, Nova Scotia.

July 18, 2014

Tweet Liverpool lighthouse lookout, Nova Scotia.

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Running from Arthur on the Confederation Bridge, New Brunswick, Canada.

July 15, 2014

Tweet A friend just asked me if I was in Nova Scotia Canada during tropical storm Arthur, the answer is yes! I drove fast, just ahead of the storm from Prince Edwards Island across the 8 mile long Confederation Bridge to New Brunswick and on to Truro Nova Scotia. The bridge was closed to trucks […]

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Sunset Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

July 14, 2014

Tweet Wow. That was my new favorite word on Cape Breton island and it popped out of my mouth every direction I looked. Wow. I just returned from a two week trip through Nova Scotia and after driving 2,046 miles I am already planning how to get back to this beautiful place. Stay tuned for […]

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Nova Star

June 28, 2014

Tweet My journey to Nova Scotia began on the Nova Star ferry from Portland Maine to Yarmouth. The cabins are super comfortable and the showers are hot. Dinner and breakfast is served and although I showed great restraint, there is also a casino and a bar. Set sail at 9;00 pm and arrive refreshed and […]

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Repo men, License Plate Recognition, The Scan Artist, Popular Science

June 26, 2014

Tweet Repo: Writer Bob Parks and I collaborated on the story ,”Scan Artist” in this July’s issue of Popular Science. We spent some time in Cleveland Ohio with one of the countries largest and most technically advanced repossession companies, Relentless Recovery. I have to say that liked them quite a bit. Colorful characters living an […]

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Coimbra Portugal, Street Photography

June 23, 2014

Tweet Some day, I hope to be an old man feeding pigeons in the park.

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Tower of Belém, Lisbon

June 22, 2014

Tweet The Tower of Belém stands in defense of the city of Lisbon on the banks of the Tagus river. Constructed between 1514-1521, it is a UNESCO designated world heritage site. For more info on the Torre de Belém, go to: Visit Portugal

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Serra da Estrela Natural Park Portugal

June 20, 2014

Tweet Serra da Estrela natural park is located on the highest Mountain range in central Portugal. The landscape and spectacular views are dotted by incredible boulder formations, some of which resemble people and others that were utilized as shepherds homes and as retreats many years ago for tuberculosis sufferers who came for the healing powers […]

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Preview Mass Magazine cover June 2014

June 17, 2014

Tweet Check out my new cover of Steve Sanderson and other stories in Preview Massachusetts Magazine

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