RONALD ZINCONE PHOTOGRAPHY | Blog

Hello students of photography, weather and astronomy!

 

The purpose of my Blog is to keep you informed and educated on a weekly basis.  My Blog will present you with current or past news, textual information, photos, tips and techniques and upcoming or past events related to my passion of 35mm digital photography, weather photography, astronomy and astrophotography!   I am southern New England's #1 traveling teacher of photography, an independent contractor with a passion for "on-the-edge" photography and teaching.  I welcome you to my weekly Blog and hope that you will stay tuned to Blog updates and please be sure to sign my "guestbook" and contact me through my "Contact Information" page.  Welcome aboard!  

 

Ronald Zincone Photography, P.O. Box 3063, Kingston, RI 02881

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Most active part of 2018 Hurricane Season upon us

August 15, 2018
We are now entering the most active part of the annual hurricane season. There is usually an uptick in tropical cyclone activity around mid-August and into September with...
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2018 Hurricane Season almost upon us

July 27, 2018
The 2018 Hurricane Season is almost here. Starting August 1st and ending around November 30, if you have not already prepared yourself by June 1st, it may already be too...
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My trek to capture the summer Milky Way at Arcadia

July 19, 2018
Downeast Maine is home to the most beautiful National Park in the Northeast -- Arcadia National Park. Located on Mount Desert Island, it encompasses most of Mount Desert...
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Astronomical public outreach at the Pawtuxet Valley Bridge

July 01, 2018
Hello friends! Teaching adults and, especially kids, the night-sky is so important today with the new generation being stuck in front of their electronic devices either...
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A Lunar Observer's tool kit

June 19, 2018
For all you "luna fanatics", here is the some information and vital links that would be very helpful during your lunar observations and imaging! The Modern Moon by Charl...
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