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Old Nov 10, 2014, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default From Fall to Winter in the Upper Valley

I had an opportunity to tour Dartmouth's clock tower during homecoming week. Here are some shots of the campus, taken at about 3 pm.




It isn't quite winter up here, but we have snow on the mountains that isn't going away. I hiked up to one of the smaller summits (2900 feet) and got a couple of nice photos. I'll have to wait longer next time and get some shots at sunset, but that means hiking down in the complete dark.




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Old Nov 10, 2014, 1:49 PM   #2
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.......oh my! What beautiful photos, I can only hope one day to see that. Thank you Drew for sharing these, I love'em.
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Wow, what a beautiful set of pictures..!!

Drew, I enjoyed very much these pictures but the 3rd one is just outstanding..!!!

Thank you for posting
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Thanks! The third one is also my favorite. I'm considering cropping out the tree on the far left, if anything.
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Oooooouuu, those are all superb. From the golds of autumn to the whites and grays of winter, they are all appealing.

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Thanks! The third one is also my favorite. I'm considering cropping out the tree on the far left, if anything.
It's a tough call because I love fall colors (and you've captured them so well) but I'm also a fan of low light. So for that and the composition as well, I'd hang #3 on the wall. Bravo.
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Great viewing size Drew. I like. Beautiful colors in those first two. The top one is exactly how I'd figure an Ivy League school campus would look in the Fall.
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Drew,

What lenses did you use? the exif info of the pictures is not available.

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This is the 12-50 for the first 3 shots. The last one is from be the 75. I was messing around shooting some treetops with snow on them, but nothing was that great, so I just fired it off in the distance. The far right mountain is I believe the Middlebury Ski Bowl, which is halfway across Vermont.
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Sir, print out #3 very large and put it in your office/bedroom/car.
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