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    New foliage shots from a long drive yesterday.... rte 113 to rte 16 to rte 2 to 16 to 113.

    I will try to add one or two here later today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwa11
    New foliage shots from a long drive yesterday.... rte 113 to rte 16 to rte 2 to 16 to 113.

    I will try to add one or two here later today.

    till then http://whatsnew.fotki.com/lwa11/
    Very nice Lloyd. Lots of color out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lwa11
    New foliage shots from a long drive yesterday.... rte 113 to rte 16 to rte 2 to 16 to 113.

    I will try to add one or two here later today.

    till then http://whatsnew.fotki.com/lwa11/
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    Very nice LLoyd. It was like taking a drive up through the North Country. I know you put on all those miles because I recognize the views from the Rangeley Overlook on Rte.4 and the Height of Land on Rte. 17. My brother in law's dad has a camp on Mooselookmeguntic, we visit a couple of times a year, it is beautiful country. Tough winters, though. We woke up one January day in the camp and it was 40 below outside!

    I especially like the UFO in #132. I've been trying to catch one of those suckers on film for 15 years!

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    thank you lloyd
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    The UFO actually caught me by surprise when I was looking through the pictures. lol

    I know how to do it now though. Ingredients are shoot out your window, large soda cup in holder, and a little luck with a reflection. I was like what the heck is that and then I remembered I took a couple of snaps while driving. lol

    I can't imagine what winters are like in places like Rangley. I always wonder what people do for work and such as it is too far to anywhere to travel really.

    It was a great drive with the only disappointment being no moose but I will have to go specifically for them at some point soon. It is hard to get up early enough to get where they are before they go away for most of the day.

    Anyone know what the foliage is like near Winnipesauke? I am considering take the hike up Mount Major.

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    small sample......










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    Iwa11, nice stuff! Where is the last image? Nice compostion and color!
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    Lloyd, nice album! I've not yet been to Rangely, but I often hear great things about it. Thanks!
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    The last shot is on Route 2 not far on the Maine side of the border. There is a lake on one side and little bog on the other side of the road.

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