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Old Apr 19, 2014, 9:08 PM   #1
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Default Exeter, NH along the river with the 9-18mm

Was a bright day and about mid day. River was running fast and I had some time to kill so I tried out the 9-18mm from a few bridges. Exeter was one of the first settlements of colonial New Hampshire and later was the capital of New Hampshire during the revolutionary war.

Exeter River from bridge by ramcewan, on Flickr


Exeter River from bridge II by ramcewan, on Flickr

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Old Homes in Exeter River by ramcewan, on Flickr

These buildings have probably stood here for a long time.

an amusing one

Danger by ramcewan, on Flickr

and one with the 14-54

Exeter River by ramcewan, on Flickr
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p.s. would have really liked to have had a big stopper ND for the river and a tripod. Was way too bright to lengthen the shutter speed long enough to allow for water blurring
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One more I post processed on the tablet with Photoshop express and applied a filtered called carmine which accentuates the red brick


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Great shots ramcewan.
the last one you pp'd turned out really nice
I like it
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Nice set ramcewan. Colorful, sharp and cool setting.
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Nice shots Ramce, very nostalgic. The first and last have a slight fish eye effect.
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Nice set ramcewan. Colorful, sharp and cool setting.
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