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MaligneLake2.jpg
MaligneLake2.jpgMaligne Lake, Screened4 viewsI felt the foliage screening added a nice touch to this scene, but would be interested if others have contrary opinions.2 commentsEd Hodgson04/13/17 at 22:37Ed Hodgson: Thanks for the analysis, Vern. It's most hel...
MaligneLake2.jpg
MaligneLake2.jpgMaligne Lake, Screened4 viewsI felt the foliage screening added a nice touch to this scene, but would be interested if others have contrary opinions.2 commentsEd Hodgson04/13/17 at 19:27Vern Wells: The foliage nicely provides a frame to the scene. ...
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IMG_6179.jpgSpinulose Wood Fern in Crotch of Tree5 viewsBeartown State Forest, Great Barrington Ma - May 20132 commentsVern Wells04/11/17 at 17:15Vern Wells: Thanks. Yeah, it's pretty cool to find ferns...
MaligneLake1.jpg
MaligneLake1.jpgMaligne Lake, Northeast Shore7 viewsMaligne Lake was the highlight of our brief time in the Jasper region for me and a place to which I'd like to return for more extended exploration. Even under less than ideal conditions, it's wonderful mountain setting and beautifully colored waters begged for photos and I gladly obliged. A few will be posted here.3 commentsEd Hodgson04/11/17 at 17:08Vern Wells: Well, that gives you another reason to go back (as...
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IMG_6179.jpgSpinulose Wood Fern in Crotch of Tree5 viewsBeartown State Forest, Great Barrington Ma - May 20132 commentsVern Wells04/11/17 at 15:30Ed Hodgson: Very nice, Vern. It is always fun to see how they...
MaligneLake1.jpg
MaligneLake1.jpgMaligne Lake, Northeast Shore7 viewsMaligne Lake was the highlight of our brief time in the Jasper region for me and a place to which I'd like to return for more extended exploration. Even under less than ideal conditions, it's wonderful mountain setting and beautifully colored waters begged for photos and I gladly obliged. A few will be posted here.3 commentsEd Hodgson04/11/17 at 15:27Ed Hodgson: Sorry to disappoint, but no boat ride for us at Ma...
MaligneLake1.jpg
MaligneLake1.jpgMaligne Lake, Northeast Shore7 viewsMaligne Lake was the highlight of our brief time in the Jasper region for me and a place to which I'd like to return for more extended exploration. Even under less than ideal conditions, it's wonderful mountain setting and beautifully colored waters begged for photos and I gladly obliged. A few will be posted here.3 commentsEd Hodgson04/08/17 at 20:55Vern Wells: In similar weather we took the boat ride to the ic...
Enders_Falls_Long_Exposure__1.jpg
Enders_Falls_Long_Exposure__1.jpg6 views1 commentsGene Suponski04/05/17 at 21:36Ed Hodgson: I really like these two shots. It looks like you ...
MedicineCropH~0.jpg
MedicineCropH~0.jpgMedicine Lake (Crop Landscape)8 viewsSince a 4x5 portrait crop didn't change the original image as dramatically as might be wished, I also tried a landscape crop that retained only what seemed to me to be essential in the image. This resulted in an unusual aspect ratio - nearer square than I would normally go. better or worse than the other options?2 commentsEd Hodgson04/04/17 at 20:06Ed Hodgson: Thank you very much for the helpful input, Vern.
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MedicineCropH~0.jpgMedicine Lake (Crop Landscape)8 viewsSince a 4x5 portrait crop didn't change the original image as dramatically as might be wished, I also tried a landscape crop that retained only what seemed to me to be essential in the image. This resulted in an unusual aspect ratio - nearer square than I would normally go. better or worse than the other options?2 commentsEd Hodgson04/04/17 at 15:24Vern Wells: I much prefer this one over the 4 X 5. The square...
MedicineLake.jpg
MedicineLake.jpgMedicine Lake6 viewsWe found the water low in Medicine Lake as fall was approaching and were fascinated to read about its underground discharges and resulting complex level fluctuations2 commentsEd Hodgson04/04/17 at 11:48Ed Hodgson: Thanks for the suggestion, Vern. I agree. Even t...
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MedicineLake.jpgMedicine Lake6 viewsWe found the water low in Medicine Lake as fall was approaching and were fascinated to read about its underground discharges and resulting complex level fluctuations2 commentsEd Hodgson04/03/17 at 12:52Vern Wells: We enjoy being taken back to those spectacular Can...
Canada_Goose_incoming__1.jpg
Canada_Goose_incoming__1.jpg6 views1 commentsGene Suponski03/23/17 at 08:54Ed Hodgson: Very nice detail on the wings here, Gene. I like ...
MtSheol.jpg
MtSheol.jpgMount Sheol5 viewsOn our hike back down from the Plain of Six Glaciers, we found the clouds had lifted enough to give us this view up the opposite wall of the valley into Mt. Sheol. I found the strange cloud shrouded peaks particularly interesting.2 commentsEd Hodgson03/20/17 at 11:24Ed Hodgson: Thank you very much Vern. I really appreciate the...
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MtSheol.jpgMount Sheol5 viewsOn our hike back down from the Plain of Six Glaciers, we found the clouds had lifted enough to give us this view up the opposite wall of the valley into Mt. Sheol. I found the strange cloud shrouded peaks particularly interesting.2 commentsEd Hodgson03/15/17 at 20:09Vern Wells: Nice shot, Ed. Including the tree on the left pro...
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BreakingThruedit.jpgBreaking Through (cropped)9 viewsAfter reflecting on Jay's comment on the original post of this image, I settled on the tighter crop shown here. Cropping in this way, I felt the need to brighten up the shadowed area on the left of the image costing me a little contrast over-all. Comments on whether or not this seems a better image than the original and suggestions on alternative approaches are invited.4 commentsEd Hodgson03/12/17 at 20:33Ed Hodgson: Thanks again, Vern. I really appreciate he helpfu...
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BreakingThruedit.jpgBreaking Through (cropped)9 viewsAfter reflecting on Jay's comment on the original post of this image, I settled on the tighter crop shown here. Cropping in this way, I felt the need to brighten up the shadowed area on the left of the image costing me a little contrast over-all. Comments on whether or not this seems a better image than the original and suggestions on alternative approaches are invited.4 commentsEd Hodgson03/12/17 at 19:38Vern Wells: I prefer this cropped version a bit more than the ...
BreakingThruedit.jpg
BreakingThruedit.jpgBreaking Through (cropped)9 viewsAfter reflecting on Jay's comment on the original post of this image, I settled on the tighter crop shown here. Cropping in this way, I felt the need to brighten up the shadowed area on the left of the image costing me a little contrast over-all. Comments on whether or not this seems a better image than the original and suggestions on alternative approaches are invited.4 commentsEd Hodgson03/12/17 at 18:33Ed Hodgson: Thank you very much, Vern. Do you prefer this to ...
BreakingThruedit.jpg
BreakingThruedit.jpgBreaking Through (cropped)9 viewsAfter reflecting on Jay's comment on the original post of this image, I settled on the tighter crop shown here. Cropping in this way, I felt the need to brighten up the shadowed area on the left of the image costing me a little contrast over-all. Comments on whether or not this seems a better image than the original and suggestions on alternative approaches are invited.4 commentsEd Hodgson03/11/17 at 20:40Vern Wells: I think you did a fine job with it, Ed.
LunchAmongClouds.jpg
LunchAmongClouds.jpgLunch Among the Clouds8 viewsAt the end of our hike, Kathy reaped a reward she had talked about for years, a cup of tea and lunch at The Plain of 6 Glaciers Tea House, high above our starting point on the shore of Lake Louise. 2 commentsEd Hodgson03/02/17 at 14:59Ed Hodgson: Yes it did Vern, and I'm sure we carried it b...
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LunchAmongClouds.jpgLunch Among the Clouds8 viewsAt the end of our hike, Kathy reaped a reward she had talked about for years, a cup of tea and lunch at The Plain of 6 Glaciers Tea House, high above our starting point on the shore of Lake Louise. 2 commentsEd Hodgson03/01/17 at 20:39Vern Wells: I would imagine that after such a hike and in that...
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IMG_7798.jpgSycamore Tree Bark7 viewsGranby Ct - Apr 20142 commentsVern Wells02/26/17 at 13:31Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. My favorite leafless trees to shoot a...
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IMG_7798.jpgSycamore Tree Bark7 viewsGranby Ct - Apr 20142 commentsVern Wells02/25/17 at 22:22Ed Hodgson: Nice series, Vern. Under the right circumstances,...
Granby_Boys_Basketball_Black_and_White.jpg
Granby_Boys_Basketball_Black_and_White.jpg11 viewsThis a shot from a Granby basketball game that I felt fit the scavenger hunt word perfectly, while processed in black and white, the two players are black and white and their uniforms are black and white.. and I felt the composition was pretty good.1 commentsJay Harder02/16/17 at 15:30Ed Hodgson: A very effective shot indeed to my eye, jay. Cong...
PeaksBreakOut.jpg
PeaksBreakOut.jpgBreaking Through10 viewsAs we climbed on paralleling the lateral moraine, the surrounding peaks and blue sky above began to break through the clouds revealing a realm of stunning beauty.4 commentsEd Hodgson02/16/17 at 15:27Ed Hodgson: Thanks Jay. Interesting observation. Actually, I...
PeaksBreakOut.jpg
PeaksBreakOut.jpgBreaking Through10 viewsAs we climbed on paralleling the lateral moraine, the surrounding peaks and blue sky above began to break through the clouds revealing a realm of stunning beauty.4 commentsEd Hodgson02/15/17 at 21:26Jay Harder: Great shot Ed, I wonder if you cloned or cropped o...
PeaksBreakOut.jpg
PeaksBreakOut.jpgBreaking Through10 viewsAs we climbed on paralleling the lateral moraine, the surrounding peaks and blue sky above began to break through the clouds revealing a realm of stunning beauty.4 commentsEd Hodgson02/11/17 at 16:25Ed Hodgson: Thanks Vern. It was certainly dramatic for us, so...
PeaksBreakOut.jpg
PeaksBreakOut.jpgBreaking Through10 viewsAs we climbed on paralleling the lateral moraine, the surrounding peaks and blue sky above began to break through the clouds revealing a realm of stunning beauty.4 commentsEd Hodgson02/10/17 at 20:57Vern Wells: Great shot! Very dramatic.
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IMG_1603-1.jpgHarvey Mountain Bridge6 viewsIn normal times the bridge is totally covered by water. When the dam was built some half century ago the bridge spanned the West Branch of the Farmington River in the village of Colebrook River; Colebrook Ct - Sep 2016 2 commentsVern Wells02/09/17 at 22:08Vern Wells: Thanks, Ed. When I was there someone walked acros...
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IMG_1603-1.jpgHarvey Mountain Bridge6 viewsIn normal times the bridge is totally covered by water. When the dam was built some half century ago the bridge spanned the West Branch of the Farmington River in the village of Colebrook River; Colebrook Ct - Sep 2016 2 commentsVern Wells02/09/17 at 15:00Ed Hodgson: Neat capture, Vern. It looks to be in remarkably ...
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