Photographs by Frank

4 October 2020

First Saturday Jaunt

Filed under: Autumn,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Tags: , , — Frank @ 10:05 PM

On the first Saturday of each month (COVID not withstanding*) I get together with a group of friends and fellow photographers in Brattleboro to share work.

Yesterday morning, I headed out for our meeting early hoping to find some foliage to photograph in the early light. I was not disappointed. In addition to nice light, many of the local ponds and lakes were shrouded in morning mist as sometimes happens this time of year.

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After our get together, I meandered home from Brattleboro stopping to make photographs in Fitzwilliam, Troy, Jaffrey Center and Hancock.

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Although most of the photograph were made using my ‘regular’ camera. I did breakout the camera obscura on a few occasions.

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*After a several months of meeting via Zoom we have been getting together outside on the Common in Brattleboro. Now that the weather is becoming less conducive to outdoor meetings, we have to figure out what is next.

1 Comment

  1. At least you are getting out with your cameras! I’m hoping to head off tomorrow to a state park and a working farm.

    Glad you opted for color for the foliage ones:) Oddly enough, I liked those done with camera obscura this time around although that mist does add something to the opening round.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 5 October 2020 @ 7:07 AM

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