Panetta Photography

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Fort Henry

On a recent shoot to Kingston, Ontario, I took in the Sunset Ceremony at Fort Henry. The following are images taken within the fort.

fort henry


.trapped. (cont.)

Another image to go along with this series.  You can find the others here.


Photographed in Thailand, India and Morocco, these images are part of a growing series directly related to this visual theme.  The title of this post pretty much sums up my idea for this series.

The Economic Crisis

It seems to be effecting a larger and more diverse group than experts had originally thought…

Street Animals of Morocco

Morocco is one of the most beautiful and diverse countries I’ve ever had the pleasure of photographing. No matter where I traveled through while in Morocco, one thing was constant; animals everywhere! Whether it’s a flock of hungry ‘gulls on the Essaouiran port, show-monkeys on display in any major market square, or the hoards of cats that seem to dominate all of the medina’s in the country, you are bound to cross paths with at least a few species. This series is in honour of those rambunctious, cute, (sometimes) annoying and very persistent creatures that call Morocco their home; whether wild or tame, these animals stole my heart.