Peacham picture on Yankee Magazine's website

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Peacham picture on Yankee Magazine's website

Postby 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.


http://www.yankeefoliage.com/fcontest/fallphoto

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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Postby 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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Postby Andy » Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:22 pm

Nice work, Bill. Congratulations.
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