Finding My Photography Roots

August 16, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Finding my photography roots, the passions I thought I left behind in Singapore resurfaced at my future daughter-in-law's family reunion this past month. Here I am meeting this wonderful family for the first time and what am I doing? I'm documenting its oldest member Grandpa John with my camera. I became very aware and passionate about captur...
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95.9 WATD My Generation Talk Show

March 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Thanks again to Doreen Lang, guest host of My Generation for having me on the show! In case you missed it on 95.9 WATD, you can hear all about 38th Avenue Photography by tuning in at the 28.11 mark here: https://www.southshoresenior. com/2021/03/03/podcast-guest- host-doreen-lang-welcomes- honoria-dasilva-kilgore-esq- owner-of-personal-college- co...
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So Long 2020!

December 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
So Long 2020! HO! HO! HO! What a year 2020 has been. My Holiday Season's wishes are for the COVID vaccine to get distributed as fast as possible so we can start the process of global healing. Although families and friends are not celebrating the Holiday Season as they typically do, our appreciation and love for one another have taken on a much de...
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Halloween Doggie Parade

November 02, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I attended my first Halloween Dog Parade this past weekend. It's been the best therapy for COVID-19 & pre-election tension! My parade favorite pic is Benji The Dog Jockey! Working with dogs is like trying to nail Jello to a wall! To get a successful shot, the pet owner has to participate in getting the dog to pose. Don't even think as a photographe...
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7 Holiday Photo Tips

October 26, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Yes, it's that time of year to start thinking about Holiday Photos 2020! Even though holiday celebrations may look a lot different this year, the tradition of taking a holiday family photo continues and will likely take on even more importance. Thirty-Eighth Avenue Photography offers the following 7 tips for taking stunning holiday photos: “Matc...
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Article: New Business in Plymouth

October 22, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
It's been very exciting to be the recipient of great press! Emily Clark, writer for the Old Colony Memorial interviewed me for a feature story. I love her writing style! Her article gives you a wonderful look into who I am, where I've traveled as well as a fabulous insight into me personally. I'm very grateful to receive professional recognition fo...
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Black & White Photos Are Timeless

July 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Candid black & white photos of kids playing on the beach at sunset are timeless. They are soothing to look at. There is a romantic feeling to them as well. Over the years I've looked at my old family B & W photos and noticed all the details in them. Maybe it's because looking at color photos emphasize color more than the details of the objects in t...
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Clamshell Reflection

July 13, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
You can almost smell the briny low tide New England ocean air looking at this photo! Beautiful late afternoon gold light gave this clamshell such an amazingly clear reflection. Love the tiny bubbles too!
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Magnolia Blooms

May 11, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
In my book, looking at a Magnolia Tree in full bloom is a religious experience! Not every year yields plentiful pink and white, with a tinge of purple-colored magnolia blooms. These trees are sensitive to climate. Some years are better than others. In my opinion, the most dramatic Magnolia Trees to look at when they are in full bloom are the older...
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Floating Oyster Shacks

May 08, 2020  •  2 Comments
Slowly but surely I'm becoming a New Englander. It's a slow process (even though collectively I've spent a couple of decades living in New England). There are a lot of subtleties. Each location has its uniqueness. Today I learned that the floating shacks in Duxbury Harbor are used by oystermen. The main clue was one floating shack that actually had...
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