Welcome to the photography section of the Stacy House website.

As you will see, the site has many diverse sections. Each section covers a different aspect of my life after 'retirement'! This section contains information and samples of my photography.


The 2003 display of my photography at the Ocean Coffee Roasters has led to a new venture. I produced a line of note cards that I call 'PhotoNotes'. These cards feature my photos of popular Newport scenes and matching envelopes. The first few have to do with the OCNRR Railroad, Trinity Church, the Gulls at Cardines Field, the Commissioning of the USS Chafee [DDG 90], and the local fishing fleet.

Click here to see the latest designs and ordering information.

Photo Publications:
  • Newport Daily News published photo that I took from the top of the Newport Bridge as the decommissioned aircraft carrier, The Saratoga was towed out of Narragansett Bay.
  • Newport This Week published an article that I wrote [and an accompanying photo about the Hibernians sending 'care packages' to our soldiers in Iraq. It appeared in their March 2008 issue.
  • Boston Globe - I was asked to submit my 'Newport Green' photo of the Old Colony & Newport Railway to the Boston Globe for a travel section special which was published on May 4, 2008.
  • USS Chafee Commissioning - On October 18, 2003, I attended the commissioning ceremony for the USS Chafee. I wrote an article about the ceremony that was published in the Newport Daily News. I have also published a photo of the event which is now hanging on the quarterdeck of the ship. Copies of the photo were hung in then Senator Lincoln Chafee's offices in Washington and Newport.
  • Hibernian Digest - Following the Newport This Week publication, I was asked to submit an article to the National Hibernian Digest it was about the Rhode Island Hibernians efforts to support returning and homeless veterans, as well as, the program to ship care packages to Iraq. It appeared in the May - June 2008 issue.
  • Newport This Week published an article that I wrote [and an accompanying photo about the Hibernians sending 'care packages' to our soldiers in Iraq. It appeared in their March 2008 issue.
  • Newport This Week asked me to take photos of Jim Gleason for an article which was published on January 2, 2008.
  • The Conway Scenic Railroad requested permission to publish a photo that I had taken of one of their engineers. It was published in their Fall Newsletter
  • Railpace Magazine published two of my photos of the Island Touring Train being delivered by barge to Melville in their July 2007 issue.
  • A Tour of the Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay - These photos were taken by me during a Harbor Tour conducted by the Friends of the Waterfront on June 27, 2004 Waterfront Tour. They are a link on the Friends of the Waterfront website.
  • The Newport Dinner Train published their 2001 and 2002 brochures with three photos from my 'Kennedy Special' collection.
  • One of my earlier photos was published on the back and inside front covers of 'Reflections Poems & Songs'  by Sheila Laureta [2000 - Dando Press, San Francisco, CA].
  • The Old Colony & Newport Railway photo section of this website has been completely updated. You can now view most of the 13 mile Newport Secondary track on this site. In order to share these photos with the 'real rail buffs', I have placed the best of them on the New England Railroad Photo Archives,
  • I have just published some photos of the Newport Gulls Baseball Club. Check them out in the Photo Collections section.
  • Visit my Photo Collections section to see my recent photos of Macroom, Ireland.

Words to live by:
A wise man: "It is a wise person who recognizes what he can and cannot do; and then maximizes his contributions and achievements within the domain of the achievable.
In the Arena: "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena...' Theodore Roosevelt as quoted by Joe Paolino.
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