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Fall Pics - New England - add yours....

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by webbie, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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  2. swagler85

    swagler85 Minister of Fire

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    Beautiful! Looks like that here at home
  3. mhambi

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    nice!
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    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    I'm seeing a lot of dollar signs in that first photo Webbie . . . as I am assuming those are alpacas.
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  5. Stegman

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    One of my hang outs!!!

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    I'm not in New England, but it is such a beautiful day here in northern central Ohio, I just wanted to share the view from my deck looking out over my yard and my neighbors corn field.

    I love this time of year!!

    -SF

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  8. Stegman

    Stegman Feeling the Heat

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    Nice. How'd you get that cool panoramic shot? iPhone 5?
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    SlyFerret Minister of Fire

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    Android has had the panoramic feature for a while now.

    One of my favorite features actually.

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  10. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Sure are - but it's not a gentlemans farm- they have all sorts of weird animals - bulls, goats, rams, minature donkeys, etc......
    This is the same farm tonight...
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  11. ScotO

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    Not sure of y'all consider me to be in New England, but I'll throw this one in. I took this pic a little over an hour ago out in front of our house, a storm front is moving in and the contrast between the gray twilight sky and the crimson leaves on the oaks is spectacular. Hard to make out in this pic, it was getting dark.



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    Not from this season, but favorites of mine.

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  13. ScotO

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    Here's a couple of pics taken from the hill out in front of our house, facing the mountain. Same area I took the cloudy pics at yesterday, today the sky was blue and gorgeous....

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    Wow Scotty! >> Must see alot of deer there eh?

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  15. ScotO

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    Thanks loon! We used to see alot of deer, but since they changed some of the hunting laws and re-introduced coyotes (western breed) to our state the population has dwindled dramatically. We have some, just not as many as before. There were 10 in the field the other evening, with a nice 8 point cruising around the does.. This is all my neighbors farm (385 acres), and we have exclusive rights on his ground.
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    How many of those yotes have you dropped? Is there a season on them?
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    Got some good pics today as the fog lifted - still have to edit and put them together in some panos, but here are some basic shots...

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  18. ScotO

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    my buddy has killed quite a few. I always see them when I ride the mountain bike up on the mountain, but never when I have my rifle.....go figure. No season or bag limit, so you can kill 'em all if you have the desire and time....
  19. ScotO

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    Okay, I was working on the living room this afternoon and I looked out the front window and saw this, so I ran out across the field and got a couple of shots..........this is the one I was waiting for!


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  22. webbie

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    That is southampton - pioneer valley. Same with those other pics I posted today.... Here is another - it was magical this morning as the fog lifted off - made puffy clouds and nice lighting.
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    very nice...
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    Very nice place :) and we have the same problem with those yotes.. But the Deer have been coming back in the last couple years ;)

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    Wow nice pic's ya'll !

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