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hieroglyphics.jpgHeiroglyphics2 viewsThe patterns of development here reminded me of writing I have seen in photos from some exotic archeological sites.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/15/17 at 16:26Ed Hodgson: Me too, Vern.
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hieroglyphics.jpgHeiroglyphics2 viewsThe patterns of development here reminded me of writing I have seen in photos from some exotic archeological sites.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/15/17 at 12:40Vern Wells: Very interesting designs but I'm glad I don&#...
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IMG_4748-1.jpgSassafras tree in a drizzle5 viewsThe apricot color; Granby Ct - Oct 2017 2 commentsVern Wells11/15/17 at 12:29Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. I, too, am a big fan of sassafras. I...
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IMG_4748-1.jpgSassafras tree in a drizzle5 viewsThe apricot color; Granby Ct - Oct 2017 2 commentsVern Wells11/14/17 at 22:11Ed Hodgson: Nice autumn leaves series, Vern. I do always espe...
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Pileated1.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 13 viewsPileated Woodpecker, Salmon Brook Park, Granby, CT - June, 2017 - Back on a late June evening, I spotted this handsome pileated woodpecker on the trunk of a large sycamore in Salmon Brook Park and began shooting pictures.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/11/17 at 19:49Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. I think it is the best shot of a pil...
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Pileated3.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 34 viewsI returned to the big sycamore about a week later full of anticipation , but found a very strange looking object hanging out of the cavity. As I watched puzzled, I could see it was moving and eventually recognized the coils of a large black snake that had apparently climbed the tree trunk and was raiding the nest. I'm sad to say this story does not end well. I've seen no sign of the pileated 's return to the tree since.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/10/17 at 18:17Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. I too was quite surprised by the sna...
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Pileated1.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 13 viewsPileated Woodpecker, Salmon Brook Park, Granby, CT - June, 2017 - Back on a late June evening, I spotted this handsome pileated woodpecker on the trunk of a large sycamore in Salmon Brook Park and began shooting pictures.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/10/17 at 16:06Vern Wells: Great shot, Ed. A tree certainly worth checking o...
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Pileated3.jpgWoodpecker Story Part 34 viewsI returned to the big sycamore about a week later full of anticipation , but found a very strange looking object hanging out of the cavity. As I watched puzzled, I could see it was moving and eventually recognized the coils of a large black snake that had apparently climbed the tree trunk and was raiding the nest. I'm sad to say this story does not end well. I've seen no sign of the pileated 's return to the tree since.2 commentsEd Hodgson11/10/17 at 16:02Vern Wells: I've seen large black snakes in small trees b...
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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern Wells10/29/17 at 07:16Vern Wells: Jay, I forgot to mention I was on my feet for the ...
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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern Wells10/26/17 at 10:16Vern Wells: Jay- Judy and I were in a cemetery. I was looking...
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DSC_0342.jpgHummingbird4 viewsHummingbird with color removed except for the orange flower!3 commentsPaula Johnson10/21/17 at 22:23Jay Harder: I'm curious, how did you remove the color, wh...
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DSC_0342.jpgHummingbird4 viewsHummingbird with color removed except for the orange flower!3 commentsPaula Johnson10/21/17 at 22:21Jay Harder: There is still a hint of color in the bird, almost...
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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern Wells10/21/17 at 22:18Jay Harder: Vern this wasn't one of those "help I�...
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DSC_0342.jpgHummingbird4 viewsHummingbird with color removed except for the orange flower!3 commentsPaula Johnson10/14/17 at 21:34Ed Hodgson: Nice work, Paula. A very interesting treatment of...
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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern Wells10/10/17 at 12:11Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. I don't think we ever had so muc...
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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud7 viewsQuickly Building, Fast Moving, Amazing Cloud Formations - Blandford Ma - Sep 20175 commentsVern Wells10/09/17 at 18:12Ed Hodgson: I really like all of these, Vern! What marvelous ...
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Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen4 viewsI was puzzled by the crop comments on this image from Monday night until I played around a little bit and noticed that the program we were using crops images unless directed to full screen display. In this case, it cut off the top of the tree. This leads to the question - " is the tree too high in this frame?" Thanks for your detailed comments Monday and your thoughts on this question.4 commentsEd Hodgson10/09/17 at 11:42Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. As the picture was taken a few years...
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Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen4 viewsI was puzzled by the crop comments on this image from Monday night until I played around a little bit and noticed that the program we were using crops images unless directed to full screen display. In this case, it cut off the top of the tree. This leads to the question - " is the tree too high in this frame?" Thanks for your detailed comments Monday and your thoughts on this question.4 commentsEd Hodgson10/08/17 at 12:13Vern Wells: The position of the tree, top center of the frame,...
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Sunrise-Sunset1.jpgSunrise Sunset - Edited3 viewsThanks to those who commented on this image Monday. Although I liked it as an element in the picture, I can see that the streetlight draws the viewers eye off to the edge of the picture. I experimented with cropping, but had no room to crop on top or bottom of the image adn wasn't crazy about the more square format that resulted form cropping off the edge only. A little clone work was the alternative I chose. Do you agree that this improves the image.2 commentsEd Hodgson10/07/17 at 15:01Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. I got several comments suggesting th...
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Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen4 viewsI was puzzled by the crop comments on this image from Monday night until I played around a little bit and noticed that the program we were using crops images unless directed to full screen display. In this case, it cut off the top of the tree. This leads to the question - " is the tree too high in this frame?" Thanks for your detailed comments Monday and your thoughts on this question.4 commentsEd Hodgson10/07/17 at 14:56Ed Hodgson: Thank you very much for teh thoughtful input, Vern...
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Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen4 viewsI was puzzled by the crop comments on this image from Monday night until I played around a little bit and noticed that the program we were using crops images unless directed to full screen display. In this case, it cut off the top of the tree. This leads to the question - " is the tree too high in this frame?" Thanks for your detailed comments Monday and your thoughts on this question.4 commentsEd Hodgson10/07/17 at 09:12Vern Wells: I don't think the tree is too high in the fra...
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Sunrise-Sunset1.jpgSunrise Sunset - Edited3 viewsThanks to those who commented on this image Monday. Although I liked it as an element in the picture, I can see that the streetlight draws the viewers eye off to the edge of the picture. I experimented with cropping, but had no room to crop on top or bottom of the image adn wasn't crazy about the more square format that resulted form cropping off the edge only. A little clone work was the alternative I chose. Do you agree that this improves the image.2 commentsEd Hodgson10/07/17 at 09:06Vern Wells: I don't remember the street light but I like ...
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50_Chevy_Drag__1.jpg4 views1 commentsGene Suponski10/05/17 at 17:16Ed Hodgson: An interesting treatment of this subject, Gene. W...
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Pacific_Coast_Highway_Heceta_Head.jpgRoute 101 Pacific Coast Highway, Oregon 20178 views1 commentsGene Suponski09/21/17 at 22:02Ed Hodgson: That's a really interesting structure. Wond...
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IMG_3752-1.jpgTuberous Begonia10 viewsAt White Flower Farm's display greenhouse in East Morris Ct - Jul 20172 commentsVern Wells09/20/17 at 13:27Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. These flowers have wonderful colors a...
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Cardinalflower2017.jpgSeptember Surprise10 viewsI was surprised while walking along the rail trail north from Suffield last week to find these cardinal flowers still blooming by a little beaver dam. I thought it made a nice scene.1 commentsEd Hodgson09/20/17 at 13:24Vern Wells: It's always a treat for me to come across a c...
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IMG_3752-1.jpgTuberous Begonia10 viewsAt White Flower Farm's display greenhouse in East Morris Ct - Jul 20172 commentsVern Wells09/19/17 at 20:49Ed Hodgson: Nice work here, Vern. I really like the detail an...
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Hummingbird_Lo_Res.jpg8 viewsHere I captured a hummingbird flitting around the flowers. I saw two hummingbirds but boy are they hard to catch motionless.1 commentsJay Harder09/19/17 at 20:46Ed Hodgson: Nice work capturing the hummingbird here, Jay. Th...
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IMG_3285-1.jpgGrass seed head w rain drops & spider web6 viewsBlandford Ma - June 2017 2 commentsVern Wells09/03/17 at 22:20Vern Wells: Thanks much, Ed. Have to admit I didn't see ...
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IMG_3285-1.jpgGrass seed head w rain drops & spider web6 viewsBlandford Ma - June 2017 2 commentsVern Wells09/03/17 at 16:37Ed Hodgson: Lovely detail and color in this image, Vern.
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