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This week's photo is selected from a short overnight trip the Gettysburg Battlefield National Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Along with offering a history lesson, the park provides ample Landscape photography opportunities.  The consists of many open fields surrounded by rollings hills and each offers excellent vantage points ion Morning light and evening sunsets.  There are countless monuments of dedication placed in all locations of the park.  Some monuments are multiple stories high and allow visitors to climb and explore.  These large monuments can offer excellent views of the entire park. This week's photo is a farm house and barn on the southwest portion of the battlefield....
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This week started with the completion of the West Virginia trip.  The trip was a bust for evening and morning light but provided excellent conditions for waterfalls and other landscape opportunities.  One of those "other" landscape opportunities was a foggy trip on to the Dolly Sods Wildness in the Monongahela National Forest.  The original plan was to head up to the top for sunrise images.  Half way up it because apparent that the fog was just not going to let that happen.  We got to the top and turned right around.  On the way down we ran into a patch of barren trees floating in...
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This week I attended a photographic workshop in the Blackwater State Park and Canaan River Valley region of West Virginia.   The Mountain landscape in this part of West Virginia is abundant with wooded waterfalls and beautiful vistas.  The workshop was lead by Joseph Rossbach though Adventures in Light Workshops .  The  weather for the four day workshop was conducive to stream and waterfall photography, but we were skunked on morning and evening light for the vistas.  So waterfalls it was.  We were able to mix in the occasional landscape shot when the clouds/fog cooperated. This week's photo is from Douglas Falls in Douglas, WV.  Instead...
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