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  1. #11
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    New England Lights and Ports
    Nobska Light, Cape Cod,


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    B&W,

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    A Little fun with selective color,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick M View Post
    The "back" side of Portland Head at about 6am,
    Soon to be on the Best Seller List....oh, yeah.
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  3. #13
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    Great shots, @Rick M
    We spend a lot of time around Nubble. Usually rent a house in in Perkins Cove Ogunquit. Beautiful area.
    Heading up you way for vacation in 2 weeks. Niagara Falls, Geneva, Dundee Watkins Glen, etc.....

  4. #14
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveL54 View Post
    Great shots, @Rick M
    We spend a lot of time around Nubble. Usually rent a house in in Perkins Cove Ogunquit. Beautiful area.
    Heading up you way for vacation in 2 weeks. Niagara Falls, Geneva, Dundee Watkins Glen, etc.....
    Thanks! It is a beautiful area, will definitely be going back next year. Enjoy your trip, lots of photo ops in Watkins Glen!
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    New England Lights and Ports
    These are my last two and can't decide which I like more, leaning towards #2. These where both early morning about 7 am, had to beat those darn tourists! Was fortunate to get some clouds to work with. Both single images shot in High Resolution mode with the EM 5 II. After cropping and processing, they are still 50MB images.


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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    I like #1 the best...the darkness and light (stormy look),seem to look more real to me. Is the Lighthouse leaning a tad?...probably my old brain...hahahaha
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  7. #17
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    Quote Originally Posted by Carroll Stewart View Post
    I like #1 the best...the darkness and light (stormy look),seem to look more real to me. Is the Lighthouse leaning a tad?...probably my old brain...hahahaha
    Lol, I noticed that too! It wasn't noticeable until I put the two together in the post
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    New England Lights and Ports
    Been out of action for awhile but went on a New England/ Canadian cruise in Oct. Since you have New England Lighthouses thought I would add a couple. This is Portland Head Light from the Cruise ship at sunrise.



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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    New England Lights and Ports
    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Been out of action for awhile but went on a New England/ Canadian cruise in Oct. Since you have New England Lighthouses thought I would add a couple. This is Portland Head Light from the Cruise ship at sunrise.



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    It's very good to see you back on this site, Alan!

    WM
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  10. #20
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    Re: New England Lights and Ports

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskeyman View Post
    It's very good to see you back on this site, Alan!

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    Thanks. It was an eventful summer and fall but mostly back to normal now. Going to do a little catch up with some vacation stuff from Oct.
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