Deborah Napelitano has had a passion for photography since she was 18 and received her first 35mm camera. It was a hobby, her life was spent as a mother and nurse. When Deborah developed a brain aneurysm her life changed. A new passion was developed to express herself. She moved to Connecticut and found a love for taking photographs of the seaside and New York City.
"The tide recedes but leaves bright seashells on the sand. The sun goes down but leaves its warmth upon the land. The music stops but lives on in sweet refrain. For everything that passes something beautiful remains. Anonymous"
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