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Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby Andy » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:50 am

I spent another week October, 2010 in Vermont and with the help of PWT, Carol, CT, GIC and others here, I found lots of new great destinations.

I have finally finished my "second edition" of the PDF, which includes all these new places, including some great places in and around Waitsfield, and in the Southeastern part of the state.

Let me know of any interest in a copy.
Andy

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Postby elshagon » Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:46 pm

I'm interested in a copy. Going from California with my wife this October, will be my first time back east!

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Postby BostonRott » Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:56 am

Would love to have a copy!! Will be back this year for Columbus Day weekend (and the Harpoon 3mi road race....and beer). :)
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Postby Andy » Sat May 14, 2011 6:43 am

Hi Gretchen: Not sure I still have your e-mail. PM me and I'll send it along.
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Postby Utah Baker » Sat May 14, 2011 3:37 pm

Would Love to have a copy also, you do such nice work!

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Postby Andy » Sun May 22, 2011 7:34 am

A couple of people have expressed interest in a copy of the pdf. I can send it along, but I need e-mail addresses. You can send me an e-mail and I'll respond
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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby photoknitter » Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:35 pm

I'd be interested in the PDF.

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THANKS!

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby Andy » Sun Sep 04, 2011 12:50 pm

I think I responded to everyone here with their requested copy. If not, please drop me a PM or email. We are closing in on travel time!
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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby deaner1971 » Thu Sep 15, 2011 7:24 am

Andy,

Thank you for sending that to me. I found the commentary on the conditions for each year to be especially amusing I must have been traveling on a nearly an identical schedule for each of those years. I immediately had such a strong set of memories as you discussed each year's conditions. It was a great little time capsule of my own experiences and a great perspective for me to use in going back and assessing my own photos from each year.

I also really liked your contrast between Southwestern Vermont and the North. I don't have any experience with the Northern parts of the state (aside from one short trip to Burlington that was a horrible trip but one with a great long-term effect as it fostered my love of the state) but your description of the feel of my beloved Southwestern section was point perfect with my own.

Thank you for putting this together and so generously sharing it.

Dean

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby Andy » Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:55 am

Dean: Thanks. Glad you liked it. More importantly, hope it gives you some insight on some good photographic spots. If you have things to add, let me know. No reason not to make it as comprehensive a guide as possible, especially since it is a "non-profit" venture. I have a lot fun keeping it up, obviously.
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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby mmvt » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:09 am

another "thumbs up" and big thank you to Andy for putting this together. I imagine that some of us photographer types might be bumping into one another in VT - perhaps we can say "hey, do you know Andy"? as a code word for meeting each other :D
I am going to take a paper copy of the PDF and also my IPAD so I'll be able to easily check directions, see perspectives, etc.
thanks Andy!!

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby Andy » Fri Sep 16, 2011 9:18 am

Thanks, m. You are very kind.

As I mentioned to Dean - there is no "pride in authorship here" - just a sincere desire to share good sites with other like-minded persons. Since there is no "cost" to publish (other than my "gold-standard" time :mrgreen: ) I am very open to "expanding" it. As you will see from a couple shots by Carol, I am glad to give photo credit. If you have sites (or find sites that are worthy of adding to the PDF, please let me know and if you are willing, give me a photo to add (it will show name and copyright info on the photo), and I will work over the Winter to expand and revise it.

Most of all, I hope you guys get some good shots and see some great foliage and scenery this year. We are about 2 weeks away!
Andy

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby new_to_USA » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:48 pm

Hi Abby, Can you please share the PDS with me @ ranjana.kanya@gmail.com?

I saw your website.. You have very cool pictures.. I am just the beginer of DSLR camera.. Have Canon Xs for now :)

Thanks,
Ranjana

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby kbrown » Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:43 pm

Is there a PDF "Photographing Scenic Vermont" locations document available somewhere here? I'd love a copy.

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Re: Updated "Photographing Scenic Vermont" PDF

Postby autzig » Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:39 pm

kbrown wrote:Is there a PDF "Photographing Scenic Vermont" locations document available somewhere here? I'd love a copy.


You will have to send an e-mail to Andy. He'll send it to you as an attachment.

Al



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