Peacham picture on Yankee Magazine's website

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Peacham picture on Yankee Magazine's website

Post: # 6419Post Pentaxguy
Mon Mar 24, 2008 12:38 pm

I was thrilled to have a photo I submitted to Yankee Magazine's foliage website chosen as their fall photo for 2007.

For those who've been interested in what the Peacham scene looks like, this is an example of the beautiful morning light. It was actually a bit foggy, with the distant village seeming more dreamlike than real, compared to the foreground tree. Just one of the great scenics in Vermont.

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Post: # 6420Post abby
Mon Mar 24, 2008 8:20 pm

Congratulations William!!!!!!!
That is quite an honor, and well deserved. I love your perspective on that shot with the colorful tree in the forefront. I wish it was a larger image!

I was at that location last Fall, per your directions, so it was especially great for me to see your photo because I can so clearly picture the whole scene in my mind. It takes me right back to that beautiful morning and I was so happy to be there.

Thanks for sharing your good news with us, and again, congratulations. To be recognized by Yankee Magazine is pretty special.

Carol (abby)

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Post: # 6421Post Andy
Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:22 pm

Nice work, Bill. Congratulations.

If it sounds too good to be true, its probably . . . .

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