Oct 25, 2012

The three Amigos came back. part Ⅰ

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The three amigos came back and this year they had multiplied! There were nearly a dozen who came to town for the fall foliage. Large Groups of Photographers don’t stay in a large group long, they see different things and wander off.

This morning I joined the most late departing group. Others had left their nice warm beds much earlier and stumbled off in the dark for places they just had a hunch would be perfect in morning light.

 

Just before the sun came around the mountain they  hurried to their chosen spots. 

 

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They set their cameras just the way they wanted them. 

 

 

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  And waited.

 

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They bracketed like it was going out of style.

 

 

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As the sun came up You could hear the click click of the shutters all up and down the bridge.

 

 

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Later they’d take their bracketed images and make them into one HDR image.

 

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Burt saw the light change. I didn’t, I was busy standing in the middle of the road to get the picture.

 

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That’s James from St Louis. Who needs a tripod anyway?

 

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Johnny Nikon and

 

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Paul are from the other side of the hill (North Carolina).

 

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Brenda came from Florida.

 

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Burt came from Missouri

 

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Then they decided to pack up and go somewhere else… Where? They had an idea but planned on changing their plan if anything interesting caught their attention along the way.

 

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4 comments:

James R. Kyle said...

Very nice display of your photographs.  ;-)

PancakeNinja said...

 I had some speechless friends over the rifle stock and everyone loved the bumper sticker.

James R. Kyle said...

Well - that Riflestock trick is a very old one...  I think that the first time that I saw that used was in the mid-60's.  All I know is that it works for me.  ;-)

James R. Kyle said...

Well - that Riflestock trick is a very old one...  I think that the first time that I saw that used was in the mid-60's.  All I know is that it works for me.  ;-)

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