© Jack W. Parker


Uploaded: January 12, 2012


This shot was captured at Wagon Hill in Durham, New Hampshire. Edited with Corel Paint Shop Pro 3 and Photomatix.

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Randy K. Baldwin January 12, 2012

Great Shot Jack! #1436079

Jack W. Parker January 12, 2012

Thanks, Randy. I see you did the same as me, started with a D50, then went to a D300s. I use a Canon (yes, Canon) G9 as one of my back ups. Easy to take along, and has great photo quality that is slr like... Keep up your great work with your photos. You have the right gear...

Keep shooting,

Jack #9916946

Randy K. Baldwin January 13, 2012

Thanks Jack...I was thinking about getting a 'point and shoot' I was looking at the Nikon P7100. #9917679

Jack W. Parker January 13, 2012

Yes, that looks like a good one. If you can control aperture, shutter speed, and all the other functions, like the G9 it will be an excellent choice. It is amazing what these newer small cameras will do.

Jack #9917753

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