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Sandie Bock

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Love it. Where?
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Jiayi Elaina Li

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I love the richness of green after the rain
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Andrea Donovan

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I've got a few shots from the 911 Memorial down in New York City...what a wonderful place to visit...Sad, but beautiful.....(;-)
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Today we had a great photo walk at the historic Gloucester Marine Railways on Rocky Neck.
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Frank Deland

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Here is a site near Plum Island that I plan to visit soon.  I have not been there:
http://www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/northeast-ma/old-town-hill.html
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Frank Deland

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This is at Cranes Beach.  I was a windy cold day and it was not until I turned a slight corner that the angle of the clods became so dramatic.  Before I turned, I was looking at them from the side, and I saw almost no gaps of blue.  I took out the color because B&W helped the clouds jump out even more.  It was really just luck that the top one was blurred which I hopes shows the motion that I actually saw.  I thought the post pointed the way down the lines of the beach.
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VERY NICE!!!!
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May West

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Taken in swampscott ma Jan 1 2013.
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My hometown.  I used to drive to work and watch the sunrise every morning starting at Fisherman's Beach and then Lynn Beach.  At night the sunset would reflect off the Hawthorne by the Sea windows.  Just a beautiful site each day and evening!!!
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Often it pays to meditate for a few minutes with your eyes open, before raising the camera to your eye. New compositions and viewpoints will reveal themselves to you with a clearer mind. — Plum Island, Newbury, MA.
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This is where nature and outdoor photographers who shoot primarily North of Boston, MA can hang out, share their work, and have photography fun! We'll keep the subject matter regional and show only our best images from a given shoot. We welcome constructive criticism from our colleagues.

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No I didn't camp there but I may try it with my daughter. The campground is absolutely huge, but appears to be well-managed and quiet.
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Snapping Turtle, Boxford, MA. Don't mess with me.
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Andrea Donovan

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Top of Tower One, now tallest building in the Northern Hempishere....1,776 feet
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I photographed the topping off ceremony of the second tallest building in Boston in the 1980's. Nothing compared to this one though.
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Tonight after a portrait session at The Old North Bridge I rushed down to Walden Pond to catch the last rays of the day.
#walden #pond #photography #nature
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Yesterday I led a photo walk at the Halibut Point State Park in Rockport, MA. Aside from the spectacular ocean view of 3 states, we photographed this spontaneous sculpture garden, not far from the water's edge.
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Frank Deland

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Nice eye to capture this view.  I like the way the lines of the side walls lead us right to the red building. I think the red color makes it stand out.  I wonder if the branches also help frame the building and help fill in the otherwise dull sky.  It helps that the branches curve.  You have them framed nicely leaving a little clear hole for us to look through right at the building.
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I avoided photographing "Motif #1" in Rockport harbor until I found this angle between two very close clapboard-sided buildings.
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