Monday, March 13, 2017

Out and About



































































16 comments:

  1. That horse needs a carrot, or 3.

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  2. Oh man, that white salt box again...be still my heart!

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  3. OMG! Some of these photos should be in National Geographic. Great wildlife shots! Well done you!

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  4. And that Volvo wagon. 1992?

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  5. What is it about New England that makes it so picturesque and charming? It must be the photographer! Loved the sheep meandering across the lane.

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  6. Science, what a loaded picture. Best pic, what a smile for the day.
    !Thank you!

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  7. Thank you for the photos. A lovely way to start the day.

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  8. Muffy, what Canon camera are you using now? Just this week, I purchased a Nikon D750 so I'll be back to shooting digital but with the equivalent sensor size to a 35mm film frame. My prior lenses will now function as designed and with a higher MP count than my last camera; a 100% improvement. Your photos, as always are truly evocative of the New England lifestyle. Bravo Zulu! (well done).

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    1. A Canon Rebel T3i with a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Lens and an 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 EF-S IS STM lens.

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    2. Thank you! Keep shooting.............pictures that is.

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    3. I upgraded my monitor from a 27" 1920x1080 to a 27" 2560x1440 ( nearly all 2010+ PC will support with correct DVI dual or HDMI )when I realised just how much better resolution I could get for a half or Full frame Canon dSLR jpeg . They're well priced at a about USD450 plus tax these days . Those with iMac 27" will already be up here or better with Retina 4K or 5K . I've never had Mac .........
      Pixel peeping is now fun rather than frustrating ! Give it a go :-)

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  9. Always my favorite type of post! The chipmunk peering out of the stone wall, the pair of black poodles, the real work (tree trimmers, flagpole, American Red Cross truck), people out and about, and the seagull soaring. Thank you Muffy.

    N from VA

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  10. My husband's step father played french horn in the BSO from the time of Serge Koussevitsky through Seiji Ozawa. Yearly trips to Tanglewood were my first experiences of New England. Heaven. Then out of the blue husband was offered a job in CT. We lived in New Canaan for 14 years. Though we are native Texans, CT still feels like home. When my husband's work took us to Atlanta I cried for years. Now we are in VA. Maybe someday we will actually move back. In the meantime, I adore your photographs! Although I experience twinges of homesickness, they speak to my soul. Thank you.

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  11. Many thanks for this post!

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