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Old Feb 13, 2010, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default Robert Frost Farm - closed for season

While wasting some time to pick up my husband's car from the shop, we went driving around looking for photo ops. Drove by the Robert Frost farm and the sun was actually shining in the right direction this time. I'm usually there later in the day.

Anyway, nothing fantastic. I was just playing around with the Zenitar 16mm. I can't get the program I was going to use for defishing to work right now. (I'm one that really needs to have something in print to comprehend it and I can't get access to our printer right now. I can make the adjustments okay, but can't seem to get it to open as adjusted in PSE8.) So, just made as many adjustments in PSE8 as I could. Again, these are showing me I either have a problem with holding the camera steady or I need to adjust the settings for the lenses. Haven't managed to do that yet.

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Old Feb 14, 2010, 3:14 PM   #2
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Great shots Patty. Looks like you've caught on to the Z quickly. From what I see here it looks like you have a nice copy of the lens.

I used to bike up to Derry from Andover and would go past the old Frost farm. Never did stop in to visit. Perhaps the two roads that diverged are in the woods behind the farm.

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I am enjoying it. Took some shots with it on the PZ-1 that I've just finished developing. Am anxious for them to dry and see how they came out.

Derry to Andover is quite a hike. Good for you. Yep, that's the first time I ever done anything besides drive by. I do want to go back and take the tour some time. Maybe this year I'll do it.

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I think the divergent roads are across the ocean in London. Although, there were some paths behind the house and I think it's close to 17 acres of land. But, the snow was tough to get through although Walt did go down by the pond in the back.
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Thanks for sharing these fine bright views of a very interesting place. Well photographed!
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