Notable Few Weeks through an Expert’s Lens

Winter Storm Jonas: welcome sight to find stores that stayed open/Credit Frank LoBuono

Winter Storm Jonas: welcome sight to find stores that stayed open/Credit Frank LoBuono

Photographer and writer Frank LoBuono has been detailing his adventures in Iowa and New Hampshire, showing us the doings besides candidates and caucuses . . . like getting from here to there — why are connecting flight gates never near each other? — on time so we can watch at home.

News happens no matter what: TV troopers on the campaign trail/Credit Frank LoBuono

News happens no matter what: TV troopers on the campaign trail/Credit Frank LoBuono

Remember the blizzard a few weeks ago, when we saw the-city-that-never-sleeps wide awake? Imagine explaining something to a friend and ending your story with, “You had to be there.” He was there!

Seen in New Hampshire: melted snow and an undeterred message/Credit Frank LoBuono

Seen in New Hampshire: melted snow and an undeterred message/Credit Frank LoBuono

What we don’t see on television captivates me: the beauty of each place, people on the street, trees catching the waning sunlight, landmark architecture, finding the snow-covered car after nonstop days at work, heading back to an airport for connecting flights to another city.

Emmy Award-winning journalist Bob Shieffer, Rockland's fav photographer Frank LoBuono

Emmy Award-winning journalist Bob Shieffer, Rockland’s fav photographer Frank LoBuono

I’m a vicarious traveler and have never been to either state; however, someone I met and became friends with at college was from Iowa. Does that count?

For more photos and discussion visit his blog: http://www.talk-frank.blogspot.com/.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2016

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