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Old Apr 20, 2010, 7:50 AM   #11
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Great series Mole. I especially like the one featuring the barn--the lighting iin it s very nice.
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Old Apr 21, 2010, 5:21 PM   #12
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Wonderful photos Mole.
That 105 is a fantastic lens!
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Old Apr 21, 2010, 5:54 PM   #13
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Another awesome series, Mole.
I'm retiring in June and we plan on some travel. East Tennessee is now on the list.
I wonder if the folks down your way realize what you are single handedly doing for tourism?

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Old Apr 21, 2010, 8:08 PM   #14
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Another awesome series, Mole.
I'm retiring in June and we plan on some travel. East Tennessee is now on the list.
I wonder if the folks down your way realize what you are single handedly doing for tourism?

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Jim, if mole does any better with his tourism photos, he's going to have to build a bigger house to be able to host all of us once. Seriously, East Tennessee is a beautiful place. I haven't been there in several years....jeez, when I stop and think just how many....I'm reminded of how old I am. I've always told my wife that were we not able to live in Arkansas, East Tennessee is probably where I'd want to go.

mole, really another beautiful series, and like jelpee, I love the lighting in the barn photos.

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Old Apr 21, 2010, 8:55 PM   #15
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Good God it looks so much warmer out there how warm is it? and by the way lots of good shots there...
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Old Apr 21, 2010, 11:40 PM   #16
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Hi mole,

Okay, I'm jealous. Spring is a bit late for us -- only a few days so far that could be considered warm so far, and a lot of the birds are taking their time showing up. People around here aren't helping either, and they've ruined some of my favorite shooting spots trying to control the "pest" birds, gulls and Canada Geese. The hospital pond where I've shot GBH and the Caspian Terns last season have fenced off the pond at the shoreline and strung wires across the water to discourage the birds from using the pond. I just don't understand their thinking -- people were much more destructive, throwing junk in the water. . .

Sorry for the mini rant -- Very nice series! I can't help but admire the incredible range of your perspective from landscapes to macros to ultra tele shots -- something to aspire to. . .

Keep these coming -- these give me some hope that it will get warm here soon. . .

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Old Apr 23, 2010, 5:46 AM   #17
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Gary - So glad you both enjoyed your TN visit, and sure do hope to be able to meet you next time you're down this way!

Hans - Thanks for saying so!

Jelpee - Thanks so much. It's a barn I pass quite often when out bicycling, but usually don't have the camera with me. But that morning the light was just right, and the hills so green...

GW - It sure is a handy little lens!

Jim - Congratulations on your soon retirement! Glad you are considering visiting TN, and hope to get to meet you sometime.

Paul - Thanks for your kind words. I am indeed blessed to live in a great place!

SSG - We've had a few days in the upper 70's (F) recently. Today is showery and high around 65.

Scott - So sorry to hear that the pond habitat has been messed up, and hope that either they will respond to gentle education, or that you find a better place to spot water birds. Oh, and thanks for the kind words about my photos too! I will do my best to send more springtime up your way.
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another excellent series
there is no chance of picking a favourite this time
you sure are showing off your spring (we are in autumn heading for winter , its getting colder every day )
and i agree with the others, you are making it look a fantastic place to visit no matter what the season
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Old Apr 30, 2010, 5:34 AM   #19
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Thanks so much John. Hope your autumn is a great one!
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Another great set, really love that old moth, especially the color contrast.

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