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Old Oct 4, 2012, 7:53 AM   #1
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I can only imagine what these might have looked like with a little morning/evening sun as the weather sucked so bad it should be called Hoover!







I used a little gradient color to add SOMETHING to the sky other than misty gray.





I really like this one.



The crappy weather DID serve well for waterfalls, of which there were many. Here are just a couple of the "lesser" ones.



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Beautiful shots Gary, or does one say bucolic.

Great composure and colour.
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Beautiful shots Gary, or does one say bucolic.

Great composure and colour.
Dittos, I agree with that except for the misspelling of "color." LOL
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nice work - it's been a tough year to get out for the foliage, looks like you caught it close to peak up in VT and did well considering the crappy weather!
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Good shots bud. Peak time here in NY now if you want to drive back out again : )
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Wow. I don't know if I could come up with a word if the weather HAD cooperated! These are wonderful even without the sun. I had the same problem in Colorado.
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Thanks very much, everyone! I'll take a rain check on the drive back, Eric. The drive back was pretty grueling. Whew.
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very nice place Gary and well made pictures !!
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