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cormorantlaunch.jpgWe Have Lift-off!8 viewsI photographed this cormorant while canoeing on Ninigret Pond in Rhode Island. It doesn't look particularly graceful, but certainly strikes me as dynamic.Ed Hodgson
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HorseshoePond.jpgHorseshoe Pond6 viewsHorseshoe pond is partially bounded by the WMNF just east and south of Evans Notch and a place we have canoed repeatedly. This trip we had a beautiful day with still water on the sheltered western leg of the pond giving us lovely reflections as we looked toward the surrounding hills.Ed Hodgson
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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 Hodgson
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KezarPondAbandoned.jpgAbandoned Camp on Kezar Pond14 viewsThe canoe access to Kezar Pond is through a 1 mile stretch of the old course of the Saco River. When Kathy & I canoed there, the channel was absolutely still making for beautiful reflections like these at an abandoned camp on the narrow spit of land between the channel and the pond.2 commentsEd Hodgson
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KezarPondBridge.jpgCovered Bridge at Kezar Pond6 viewsTo reach the canoe launch for Kezar Pond, you drive across a covered bridge from the early 19th century and then canoe under it on the way up the channel to the pond. This is the view of the bridge from our canoe on the way back from the pond to the launch site.Ed Hodgson
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KezarPondEgret.jpgGreat Egret on Kezar Pond10 viewsKezar Pond's shore is almost completely wild and known for great bird and wildlife sightings. The views of surrounding mountains are terrific! Because it is pretty much inaccessible except by canoe, we had it all to ourselves when we were there this trip.Ed Hodgson
       
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