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Lake George1
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"This is an all-time favorite, but I didn't expect to get it. Midday landscape photos are not normally appealing. The harsh overhead sun usually washes out the shot, provides short shadows, and generally makes it uninteresting. But occasionally, the clouds intervene helped by a cobalt-blue sky, and if everything is just right, it all comes together."



Lake George2
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"This is another view of the lake and definitely one of my favorites. I remember it being a warm, but dry comfortable day, the kind we usually pine for. The clouds contribute to make it an idyllic scene. I view it often in the "dead of winter"."



Hilltop Geese
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"Serendipity is an important part of photography. These geese (about 80) were all over and not the intended target of this day's photographic outing along the shore. But, I thought it interesting to silhouette them against the sky at the top of the hill with that lone tree. It's become a popular image."



Gaggle of Geese
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"These are a subset of the gaggle above. It took me almost an hour to slowly get close to them and to let them get used to me enough to feel comfortable. Getting them to pose and look in the same direction was even harder. Of course, irrespective of my best work, there's always a straggler or two who won't listen to photographic direction and do whatever the heck they want..."



Winter Brook
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"Here's a photo that's rare and difficult to get. I was late getting on the roads because of a freak snowstorm this October morning. Because it was before winter, the stream was unfrozen and reflective; because it was still morning and the sun hadn't yet come out, the snow was still on the branches; because I had to plow my driveway before leaving, I arrived at precisely the right time to catch the clouds breaking — you can't realistically plan all that. (I'd rather be lucky than good...)"
 

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