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Galleries

LOONS

All loon photos taken either on Crescent or Wentworth Lakes in Wo ...

Updated: Nov 20, 2013 1:32am PST

Black and White

Going Home

Updated: Jul 24, 2013 12:21am PST

ABSTRACT

Updated: Aug 26, 2013 12:15am PST

BIRDS

Updated: Feb 22, 2014 6:26am PST

BOATS

Updated: Aug 26, 2013 11:59pm PST

FALL

Updated: Jul 24, 2013 12:01am PST

FLOWERS

Updated: Feb 14, 2014 6:06pm PST

GENERAL

Updated: Jun 16, 2013 12:37am PST

LAKES

Updated: Sep 03, 2013 12:01am PST

LANDSCAPES

Updated: Sep 03, 2013 12:16am PST

SEASCAPES

Updated: Aug 27, 2013 1:25pm PST

Wolfeboro

Updated: Sep 03, 2013 12:07am PST

Nature/Animals

Updated: Sep 03, 2013 12:23am PST

New Hampshire

Updated: Aug 29, 2013 5:41pm PST

My Smug Mug

Updated: Nov 04, 2010 3:38am PST

Crescent Lake, Wolfeboro

Your Bio

Robert Grassi (Bob) has been involved with photography since his participation in his high school year book, and spending countless hours developing both black-and-white and color photography. After completing his professional training as both Fordham and Georgetown University's, he eventually moved to Peterborough New Hampshire when he became a member of the Sharon Arts Foundation while living in the Monadnock area of New Hampshire for 32 years. In 2002, he moved to Wolfeboro New Hampshire where he maintains his status as a semi-native of the Granite State.

His work has been displayed at various professional offices throughout the state, as well as Tufts University in Boston. He is juried by the New Hampshire Art
Association and a member the Lakes Region Photography Club and Monadnock
Art Association

Although now using mostly digital photography, he still maintains his interest in utilizing film, which keeps him on track for getting it right the first time. Most of his photos are very minimally enhanced except for cropping, and he does his own matting and framing.

He's very indebted to his wife, Claire, not only for her discriminating critiques, but also for her patience and especially her generosity in granting his request for more wall space as well as most of the basement for his workshop