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Village Gold
Evening light on the trees lining Route 63 in Chesterfield Village. The Conservation Commission is working with others in the town to establish a planting program to keep our village center green for decades to come.
Chesterfield, NH
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Vineyard Shore Archived
The final step in archiving your most important images goes beyond vulnerable electronic storage.
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Physical prints add a level of security immune to inevitable mechanical failures and evolving technologies.
Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
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Randy A. Eckert

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Times Square NY is one of the most colorful city to photograph at night.

Times Square is a major commercial intersection and neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan.
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Richard Johnson

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Playing around with levitation today.

1/250 and f/2.8 to get the window exposed and then added a SB910 outside to replace the sun. Another SB910 up high and back to fill out the room. And a SB700 below the camera through a diffuser as a key. D4s with 14-24mm f/2.8.
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Pile-Up
Storms were building all day, some hit and some slipped by.
Chesterfield, NH
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Denali, AKA Mt. McKinley, from the south viewing area in Denali State Park in Alaska.
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Yes it was awesome to stand and gaze on this scene.
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John Jennings

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The forest floor in summer
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Randy A. Eckert

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Bald Eagles may be seen at any time of the year, but they often gather in large numbers when food is plentiful. In the spring, when the herring spawn, the eagles join thousands of seabirds, and marine mammals, off the east coast of Vancouver Island. In the fall and winter, they move to the salmon streams to feed on the spawned-out fish.
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Plans made in February do not always pan out when fire season arrives in July.  This is a first look at the fire burning at the St Mary's entrance to Glacier National Park.  
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Thanks, Brian!  Yep - the Going to the Sun road was closed, which was probably my primary reason for going.... Here's a bit of the story:  http://www.debsnelsonphotography.com/2015/08/making-the-most-of-bad-timing/
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Robert Hatton

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Video Blog of Day 3 of my trip to Cape Gerko National Park Cyprus again mostly dawn shoots
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Granite Lake Loon
Last night, before our Rabbit Ear Films board meeting, I had a chance to capture a Loon on Granite Lake. Lovely evening and birds, and we got to see the latest cut of our Monadnock Documentary. Dan White is doing a great editing job on the film which will highlight the efforts made by so many dedicated people to protect OUR mountain from damaging development.
Munsonville, NH
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Small town jewel, Wilcox, Arizona
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Showing off on Main Street
Lordsburg, New Mexico USA
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TPE Night View
The new iOS version of The Photographer's Ephemeris adds a great night mode:
http://bit.ly/1JdseLR
It shows the path of the Milky Way along with the location of the moon and major constellations.  It has a nice clean design and follows a familiar UI.  The upgrade makes a great tool even more essential.
Milky Way over Walpole New Hampshire
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Brian Snyder

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Spencer Glacier is located south of Anchorage  along the route of the Alaska Railroad.  The glacier is 3 miles from the tracks and was named for a railroad employee who fell victim to hypothermia while walking between the railroad camps in 1905.
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Andromeda Galaxy
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The Galactic Center is always the big attraction, but take a moment to look away to the north. Although less dramatic this "tail" of the galaxy features the Andromeda Galaxy. Although it is two million light years away, it is still the nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way and the only one visible to the naked eye. For more, check out this weeks blog.
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John Jennings

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Someone loves Matty.
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River Light
The new iOS version of The Photographer's Ephemeris has a great new night mode.
http://bit.ly/1JdseLR
The night mode shows the position of the Milky Way and the Galactic Center, along with a few of the most prominent constellations. Now I can track the sun, moon and stars all in one application. I used it a few days ago to find a spot on a bridge over the Connecticut River to capture Milky Way. It may be one of the last chances I will have this season.
Walpol...e, New Hampshire
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Back to the Storm
I love the extremes of weather in New England
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First snow last winter. The horses at Roads End Farm could have escaped to the barn, but they seemed to prefer to merely turn their back to the blow. I guess they like the extremes as well, at least during the first storm.
Chesterfield, New Hampshire...
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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Beautiful photo Jeffrey!  Well done!
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Frontal Passage
From a pasture in Marlborough, New Hampshire.
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