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Oct 25, 2004 12:08 |  #16

CyberDyneSystems wrote:
...and waht a great Idea to head to a classic New England village

Idea? Yeah, I drove past it on the way home, and it finally clicked on the third sign. :)

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I notice from these photos that Strubridge has more birds than Cape May :roll: :wink:

Are you still whining about Cape May?? :roll: I did manage about a dozen posts here. Sure we didn't get the thousands we wanted, but we got some.


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Oct 25, 2004 12:20 |  #17

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I like them all. Great colors. 8)
The 2nd and 3rd are my favorites.
On the second I think it works better for me beacuase you managed to fill the frame with many interesting points leaving out any empty areas, without "crowding" the photo.


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Oct 26, 2004 02:55 |  #18

Really great images. The smith shots are my favotire. How you can hold anything for 1/13th with the amount of coffee you drink is totally amazing :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Oct 26, 2004 07:44 |  #19

awesome pics...It's been a while since I've visited there...




  
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Oct 26, 2004 14:06 |  #20

Yup I love that place. Photo ops everywhere you turn

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Fantastic shots. Scott, Have you ever been to Shelburne Museum just South of Burlington, VT
http://www.shelburnemu​seum.org/ (external link) very similar to Sturbridge

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Oct 26, 2004 14:10 |  #21

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Yup I love that place. Photo ops everywhere you turn

Nice wagon for hauling the tourists around in. :D
This looks like a place I'd like to see someday.
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The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Oct 26, 2004 14:13 |  #22

Nice shot Sandy. I missed these guys all 3 times they drove by.


Shelburne Museum? Darn - I drove by this place 4 times in the last 3 weeks and never had an idea. It will go on my list for the next time I'm up there.

BTW, if you do get up in that area again, VINS is right in Queechee. They have a place there for raptor rehabilitation. It's worth a visit.
http://www.vinsweb.org​/quechee/index.html (external link)


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Oct 26, 2004 16:19 |  #23

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BTW, if you do get up in that area again, VINS is right in Queechee. They have a place there for raptor rehabilitation. It's worth a visit.
http://www.vinsweb.org​/quechee/index.html (external link)

I've been meaning to get over there, it's on the top of my todo list. :lol:
next time in VT. thanks for the reminder.

You'll love Shelburne


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