1/40 sec. , f/11, ISO 200

Spring is finally here!
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Maple Syrup

Here is all the sap we got when we went to our land to pick it up.

About 31 gallons for 19 taps on 10 trees.
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Here is a picture I took of an Orange.

3.6 sec., f/14, ISO 100.
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Black and White

Here are some black and white pictures I took this afternoon.
Taken with a Nikon D60, 18-55mm lens, and a Tiffen circular polorizer.

1/60, f/8, ISO 100

1/250, f/8, ISO 100
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Maple Syrup Sunset

Last night we went out to tap the maple trees at our land.

(If you look close you can see a star above the top of the biggest tree.)
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Icy Branches

We had blizzard yesterday and the day before that we had freezing rain.
So today, even though it was -5 degrees, I went to go take some photos.

Nikon D60 f/4, 1/250 sec. , ISO 100.
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Today Brad and I took our cameras and walked around town and took pictures.

Here are some gables on the old museum.

Here is the bandshell. This one was actually four pictures taken vertically, then stiched with photoshop.

Here is a stoplight.

All taken with a Nikon D60, 18-55mm lens, and a Circular Polorizer Filter.
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Camden State Park.....Again

I know...this is like the fifth time i've had a post about Camden; But it's still one of my favorite places to take photos.

HDR through Photomatix

B + W

Waterfall; I used a Neutral Density Filter.

Here's the woods, (If you look close you can see the lookout in the top left hand corner).

All were taken with a Nikon D60 with a 18-55mm lens.

Edited in Photoshop Elements 7 unless noted otherwise.
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Guitar Playing

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