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Old Jan 2, 2011, 7:25 PM   #1
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Default Scotchtown Countryside and Church in Goshen

You've probably seen some of my pics of the farmland on Slaughter Road. It is my favorite spot for taking sunrise pics. I wondered if on the other side sunsets would look nice so I drove around it. The sun however was hidden behind an overcast sky.

#1) Barn along Stage Road.


#2) View south from Stage Road.


Discontented with the lack of a dramatic sunset, I drove south along Scotchtown Avenue hoping to shoot night scenes in the neighboring town of Goshen.

Don't let "Avenue" in "Scotchtown Avenue" fool you. It's a country road with a single lane bridge at one point that has a stop light on either end so that only one direction of traffic (there's hardly any) may cross at any one time.

#3) First Presbyterian Church in Goshen. It is perhaps the most prominent landmark in the town of Goshen.


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Old Jan 2, 2011, 7:59 PM   #2
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The shot of the Church is very nice. I like it.
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Thanks, rlewis0083.

#4) I went back to Goshen and found the tripod marks I left in the snow the previous night so I retook from the same spot.
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