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Re: [artinphoto] Fall photo shoot

From: jon b.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 8:09 PM

All of this sounds great!  I suggest that you figure out what you plan to do and then announce it as a Meetup.  If people join you, great; if not, well, you will probably have a good time in any event!

For shoots, I suggest we stick to the weekends from now on, given people's work schedule, and the decreasing evening light.


On 9/19/2012 3:57 PM, Glenn Gilchrist wrote:
Hi Jon,

This will be my first Fall in Vermont, so I cannot offer much from personal experience.  I have done a fair amount of research though, and I have come up with three general areas that seem to offer a lot of potential (as well as traffic, I suppose).  These are Montgomery Center and surrounding area, Goshen and the Moosalomoo Rec area, and Groton Peacham.  Plus of course, Stowe which probably works in any season.

I don't have any specific sites or routes, but having just done a test ride through the Montgomery area, I can say that things are already looking pretty good, and light may be more important than site.  I wish I could offer more.  I will be glad to participate, and drive if anything more specific comes up.

I am also planning on taking much of my gear up the Camel's Hump sometime during the first few days of October. I am thinking of a very early AM start and a very relaxed pace, shooting along the way.  I am going to take the Burrows, Forest City, Long Trail loop which is supposed to afford spectacular views of the peak as you approach (I have done the Monroe, but this route will be new to me).  If anyone wants to join, I am open to that.  My only requirement is that the trip be first about shooting, and second about climbing.  IOW, it will take as long as it takes.

I hope this helps.


On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 10:19 AM, jon bondy <[address removed]> wrote:

We are a week or two away from a time of year when iconic images abound.  Would one of you like to suggest and lead a Meetup to shoot some of those photos?

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