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IMG_4457-1.jpgCloud15 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 Seen6 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 Seen6 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 - Edited7 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...
Natural_Landscapes1.jpg
Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen6 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...
Natural_Landscapes1.jpg
Natural_Landscapes1.jpgNatural Landscapes - What You Should Have Seen6 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...
Sunrise-Sunset1.jpg
Sunrise-Sunset1.jpgSunrise Sunset - Edited7 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.jpg6 views1 commentsGene Suponski10/05/17 at 17:16Ed Hodgson: An interesting treatment of this subject, Gene. W...
Pacific_Coast_Highway_Heceta_Head.jpg
Pacific_Coast_Highway_Heceta_Head.jpgRoute 101 Pacific Coast Highway, Oregon 201710 views1 commentsGene Suponski09/21/17 at 22:02Ed Hodgson: That's a really interesting structure. Wond...
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IMG_3752-1.jpgTuberous Begonia11 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 Begonia11 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...
Hummingbird_Lo_Res.jpg
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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Variable_Dancer_2.jpgVariable Dancer Damselfly7 viewsI found this by Spring Pond in the McLean Game Refuge and particularly liked the color of the damselfly against this background.2 commentsEd Hodgson09/03/17 at 16:34Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. He was cooperative in the way he per...
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Variable_Dancer_2.jpgVariable Dancer Damselfly7 viewsI found this by Spring Pond in the McLean Game Refuge and particularly liked the color of the damselfly against this background.2 commentsEd Hodgson09/03/17 at 09:41Vern Wells: Very nice shot, Ed. The key thing here for me is ...
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IMG_3222-1.jpgTrumpet Honeysuckle8 viewsGranby Ct - Jun 20172 commentsVern Wells08/28/17 at 09:08Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed.
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Sun_5.jpg10 viewsI call this on Pac Man gobbling up the light.1 commentsJay Harder08/24/17 at 20:24Ed Hodgson: Good series of photos, Jay. It was great seeing y...
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Sun_4.jpg9 viewsMid point of the eclipse1 commentsJay Harder08/24/17 at 09:14Vern Wells: Well done, Jay. Get ready for 2024.
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IMG_3222-1.jpgTrumpet Honeysuckle8 viewsGranby Ct - Jun 20172 commentsVern Wells08/23/17 at 13:53Ed Hodgson: Nice series of images. The round leaf sets this o...
Sun_3.jpg
Sun_3.jpg11 viewsHere is a shot of the sun taken on Sunday, 8/21/17, showing sunspots. I used my 5" Celestron SCT telescope for the image.1 commentsJay Harder08/20/17 at 20:02Ed Hodgson: Nice work, Jay. It looks like you are all set for...
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Law_School_Sketch.jpg4 viewsThis is the same image but with a "Vintage Sketch" action applied in Photoshop. I love the look, looks like it was done with pen and ink.1 commentsJay Harder08/13/17 at 14:44Ed Hodgson: A very interesting treatment of the image that wor...
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Iris_Vineyards_Eugene__3.jpg7 views2 commentsGene Suponski08/13/17 at 14:38Jay Harder: Ditto here, maybe next time move the bench a littl...
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IMG_3648-1.jpgPurple Coneflower playing peekaboo4 viewsAmelia Park, Westfield Ma - Jul 20172 commentsVern Wells08/08/17 at 18:40Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. I may have sweated some over this sho...
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IMG_3648-1.jpgPurple Coneflower playing peekaboo4 viewsAmelia Park, Westfield Ma - Jul 20172 commentsVern Wells08/07/17 at 15:44Ed Hodgson: Nice studies on floral security systems, Vern. I ...
KezarPond2017.jpg
KezarPond2017.jpgKezar Pond at High Water4 viewsWhen we first canoed Kezar Pond, the water was low, and extensive shallows limited exploration. This year was at the opposite extreme and we found ourselves canoeing over flooded meadows and above the branches of drowned blueberry bushes. This was one of the surprising scenes that resulted.2 commentsEd Hodgson08/04/17 at 15:42Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. We were driven back into the shelter...
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KezarPond2017.jpgKezar Pond at High Water4 viewsWhen we first canoed Kezar Pond, the water was low, and extensive shallows limited exploration. This year was at the opposite extreme and we found ourselves canoeing over flooded meadows and above the branches of drowned blueberry bushes. This was one of the surprising scenes that resulted.2 commentsEd Hodgson08/03/17 at 14:54Vern Wells: Serendipitous serenity. Nice find and capture, Ed...
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Iris_Vineyards_Eugene__3.jpg7 views2 commentsGene Suponski08/02/17 at 20:45Ed Hodgson: I really like this image, Gene. The black and whi...
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Heceta_Head_Coast__1.jpg11 views2 commentsGene Suponski08/02/17 at 19:34Gene Suponski: Thanks Ed...its a stunning coastline. We rented a ...
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