Images From My second and third days of Shooting

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Images From My second and third days of Shooting

Post: # 12534Post Andy
Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:18 pm

Sunday will be a hard act to follow -- all week. Monday was kind of "ho hum." Here's a couple images I found:

Jordan Farm (Part of the Holden/Tennyson Doane Farms):

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Fairfield Pond:

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Mayotte Farm in Fletcher:

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Sugar House on The Boston Post Road, Bakersfield:

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Tuesday was a little better:

3 different "takes" on the Barn in Stowe Hollow (The Sign Says "Grandview Farm" and the Barn is Maintained by the Stowe Land Conservancy):

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Trapp Road (near Trapp Family Lodge), Stowe:

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Post: # 12535Post GalloimagesOhio
Sun Oct 10, 2010 11:39 pm

hmm.... amazing what a little light does for your images.. hey, I would have been happy with bright overcast! lol

Some good finds!

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Post: # 12539Post faxmachineanthem
Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:32 am

Great job Andy! Really like the first shot of the Stowe Hollow barn. That's my favorite. Nice composition!

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Post: # 12579Post Andy
Tue Oct 12, 2010 11:57 am

Thanks, folks. Mark, you are right. The light is clearly a critical element! A little color doesn't hurt, either!

I should note that all the images I have posted so far were "worked" on my Laptop, which has a terrible screen. They appear a bit "saturated" on my monitor at work. I'll be interested to work on them on my calibrated monitor at home.
Andy

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