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David Recht

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Rounding the Buoy - 
Marek Peeba, Henryk Synoracki and Alex Zilioli rounding the buoy in a World Championship heat of O125 in San Nazzaro, Italy
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Shared Pasture
A big part of why I photograph New England is that it gives me an excuse to get out to places I might otherwise have missed, http://bit.ly/1Lw1eLM
often in beautiful, but marginal weather.
Roads End Farm in the morning mist.
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Brad Wilkins

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A nice spray of color from our Scaevola plant.
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David Welfelt

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B&W Patterns
#B&W #Patterns #Shadows  #Fineart  
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Glenn Taylor

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Around the Bend
This is another frame from Roaring Fork Motor Trail in the Smokies. I like how you can see the water flow bending around to the back edge of the frame leading up to the large rocks and main flow area.

Fuji X-T1 | 14mm | f8 | 2.5 seconds | 400 ISO | circular polarizer
processed in +ON1 Perfect Effects 9 and finished in +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
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Brad Wilkins

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An old one-eyed building in Bodie, Ca. PP using Silver Efex.
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David Welfelt

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Kansas Prairie Afternoon Clouds
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Blue Spire
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Evening light enfolding the Congregational Church on the green in Newfane Vermont. On another occasion, I was struck by the remarkable cloud formation beckoning over the church.
Newfane Vermont
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Long View
From at the top of Newfane Hill.
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And near the overgrown site of the original Newfane Village. It was a lovely spot for the town, but too difficult to access, especially in the winter.
Newfane Vermont
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David Welfelt

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Early Morning Light on Sand Creek Trail
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Glenn Taylor

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Dry Falls - Wide View
This is the view of Dry Falls as you first make your way down the path after all the stairs. It lines up pretty nice from here once you get above the handrails.
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Jim Denham

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REELFOOT KNEES

Bald cypress trees are some pretty smart plants! A portion of what used to be forest in what is now Reelfoot Lake is still alive and well, some trees living to around 200 years old, mainly because they know how to survive in wet areas.

On dry ground, the bald cypress tree will grow like any other tree, but when in wetlands, it knows the ground is unsteady and will fan out at its base and will grow these knees that stick upwards out of the water - both of which help to stabilize the tree. On dry ground, they don't do either. That's a pretty smart tree!

It's also a quite beautiful one in my opinion!

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Warren Arnholtz

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Moonlight fly camp. Sundre Alberta Canada
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Alex Morley

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Mountain Goat on Sacagawea Peak 9,665 feet (2,946 m) in the Bridger Range, Montana.
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Why Do You Photograph?
It's not something I spend a lot of time thinking about.
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But, in a couple of recent interviews, I have been forced to address the question. After bumbling through incoherent explanations, I thought it ,might be valuable in this week's blog to attempt to examine what keeps me trying to capture the beauty of New England. Every artist can benefit from a more formal examination of why they do what they do. An appreciation of what dr...ives us can go far to establish a path that is both successful and fulfilling. And besides, you never know when someone is going to hit you with the dreaded QUESTION!
Sunset waves, Chesterfield, NH
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Eric Brown

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Korean Bell at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens. Infrared.
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Williamsville Covered Bridge
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The Rock River flows under the bridge in Williamsville, a small village in Newfane Vermont. The bridge sits in a cramped location, making it challenging to get good angles, but the view from the river was nice in the evening light.
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Ugo Cei

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When Hyperfocal Distance Fails, Part 3

I have just published the third and final (whew!) part of my article on focusing and sharpness. Now you have no more excuses to take soft landscape photos!

Also, there is no math here ;)
In the previous two articles in this series (Part 1, Part 2), I have explained what are some issues with the unquestioning application of hyperfocal distance to focusing and what some solutions one...
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Glenn Taylor

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Little Fern
A detail shot from the Roaring Fork area. Some of the most beautiful rich ferns I have ever seen were sprouting up everywhere.
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