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Vermont Foliage Update

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The fall season is progressing nicely in Vermont.  The north country trees are starting to lose their leaves as bad weather starts to wear them down.  September's perfect fall weather has given way to eight straight cloudy/rainy/foggy days, making for foliage viewing and photography difficult.  On Thursday the fifth the sun finally returned as Vermont busiest weekend of the year gets underway.  The weather is set to return quickly to the dreary ways of the last week, but given the amount of people hear the foliage set...
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Fall Foliage in Vermont

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The Foliage is in full swing in Northern Vermont.  In some sections of the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) is it the best anyone can remember in years.  I started my annual end of September trek to the NEK on Friday the 28th and stayed in St. Johnsbury.  St. Johnsbury is a good location to start if your goal is see most of the NEK.  The reports are correct, the color in sections is outstanding.  The reds are very vibrant this year and all species of trees seem to...
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One of the biggest changes in photography since its metamorphosis into a digital medium is the never ending carousel of equipment.  New Cameras, lenses, and ancillary devices hit the shelves every three to six months.  This creates a pleasurable problem for photo enthusiasts - too much equipment.  Even the most disciplined of us will eventually end up with a closet full of once useful digital camera equipment or even better a closet full of still useful camera equipment.  I considered myself a member of the latter group. So when it came time...
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