Moose Bog, Ferdinand VT

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Moose Bog, Ferdinand VT

Postby abby » Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:55 pm

A recent blog post I wrote about the visit I had to Moose Bog last week. Please click on link and if you would like to see the photos in a larger size, please click on the photos.
https://carolsviewofnewengland.blogspot ... nd-vt.html

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Re: Moose Bog, Ferdinand VT

Postby edmcguirk » Fri Oct 12, 2018 3:47 pm

abby wrote:A recent blog post I wrote about the visit I had to Moose Bog last week. Please click on link and if you would like to see the photos in a larger size, please click on the photos.
https://carolsviewofnewengland.blogspot ... nd-vt.html

Carol


Carol, I'm glad to see you brought a macro lens with you :)

This looks like a very interesting place, the variety of mushrooms and fungi is really unusual. This looks like a location I'll add to my list for a future visit. If you like pitcher plants, I'd also recommend Ponemah Bog in Amherst NH, it looks somewhat similar to Moose Bog.

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Re: Moose Bog, Ferdinand VT

Postby abby » Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:54 pm

Ha ha Ed. Yes, I did bring the macro lens with me.......it just stayed in the bag the whole time. :lol: Thanks for the NH recommendation. I think you will really enjoy this place. You can make some magic with your macro lens here.
Carol



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