A summers evening in Rhinecliff, New York – 2017
Meet the artist. Featuring a sampling of works – Signed Framed Posters – Cheers!
Carrick Photography – M. Salamone
Maggie Salamone longtime Hudson Valley resident and Rhinebeck Community Forum editor, is happy to present a sampling of her photography. Maggie finds beauty in the everyday. Whether it’s a field of wildflowers, the beaches of North Carolina, the majestic Mid-Hudson scenic views or the disappearing tails of fireworks, Salamone’s photos bring everyday beauty to the forefront to capture the imagination of old and young alike.
“Taking photographs is a way for me to appreciate the world around me; I don’t look for subjects, I wait and watch. There’s always something beautiful to capture, whether the pinks and magentas of a sunset, a sailboat race, the sparkling eyes of a smiling child, a doe with her fawn tiptoeing their way through the green forest, the gorgeous azure of the ocean, or the way the light reflects off the Hudson River. I do portraits and landscapes, fauna, brick buildings and everything in between. I love color, and black and white.
Everything amazes me, and I hope this comes across in my work. The sense that life is precious, and every moment worthwhile is always at the back of my mind. This appreciation is intrinsic to my world-view and how I manage to keep a positive outlook on life. The greatest compliment I could ever receive is to hear that my work has moved someone.
Photographs allow us to share and hold onto a moment. I have contributed as an observer if my photos bring viewers peace and joy
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For the first time, Hillary Rodham Clinton reveals what she was thinking and feeling during one of the most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections in history. Now free from the constraints of running, Hillary takes you inside the intense personal experience of becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major party in an election marked by rage, sexism, exhilarating highs and infuriating lows, stranger-than-fiction twists, Russian interference, and an opponent who broke all the rules. This is her most personal memoir yet.
“In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I’ve often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net. Now I’m letting my guard down.” —Hillary Rodham Clinton, from the introduction of What Happened
6422 Montgomery Street
It certainly does take a village and that’s what it took to help welcome Secretary Clinton to Rhinebeck and Oblong books tonight.
I was told that there was 1000 copies of Hillary’s new book “What Happened”
With the signing line out the door, all the way down to the Rhinebeck department store, I soon realized that Hillary Rodham Clinton had started to sign, and I better get in there and take a few photos. Thanks, Maggie
A day-long, colorful celebration that features children’s workshops, dance, theatre and music all over the village of Rhinebeck. Don’t miss the Dancing Bear, the Pocket Lady, and Mother Holly. The spectacular Children’s Starlight Parade , featuring two-story tall, animated puppets carried by hundreds of volunteers closes the day at twilight. A non-denominational event, Sinterklaas joins residents and visitors alike, people of all ages and backgrounds, in a memorable celebration of children, art, and the light of the winter season.
We visited T-Spoon (Desserts) A very Sweet Food Truck this weekend,
In the Chef’s World – 2018. A look on how it’s done, a photo blog by M,Salamone in the Hudson Valley Restaurant and Food Truck world! We’ll talk with
Terese Taffy Fantasia the chef behind T-Spoon Desserts.