I know I’ve focused many of the recent posts on the more technical computer related arena. I thought for this one, I was overdue to focus (at least visually) on some of the great outdoor environment. Autumn is my favorite season and as some recent business found me on a couple of road trips to Albany, NY, I took the opportunity to bring along the camera to see what kind of shots I could grab. I was eager to try some of the features of my digital camera that I have learned about in the last few weeks. As it also so happens, I took the family, on the weekend between each of these road trips, to a day hike to Walden Pond in Concord, MA. I think these shots are among some of the better I have taken. Thumbnails are below. All photos were taken with my Kodak EasyShare DX7590. (The cabin at Walden Pond is the replica of the cabin Henry David Thoreau lived in for two years on Walden Pond.)
Hudson River – Albany, NY
The Berkshires – Lee and Lenox, MA
Walden Pond – Concord, MA
2 replies on “Getting Out”
This is very nice blog ,I love the colors of the tree when they are changing. reminds me of the nine months I spent in ohio a few years back, you dont see that hear in oklahoma much,like I said great blog ,you need to do it more just let it loose.
Thanks Jesse, glad you enjoyed the pics! Thanks for the kind words.