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Foster Covered Bridge - Cabot, Vermont Here's one that I've been meaning to process for a while, the Milky Way over Foster Covered Bridge in Cabot, Vermont. I was hoping for a better reflection but there were quite a few weeds in the pond, so this about the best I could get for the foreground. This bridge is a replica of one in Marshfield, Vermont. The Marshfield bridge was built around 1890, and this one was built around 1989.

from Mail Online

Paradise on your doorstep: No crime, no traffic, good schools and a GP’s always on call. Such a place exists... in Britain!


nativity oh sweet!! page to colour for children..... frame and you have a keepsake which will become more precious over time..... remember to let the child sign it, along with their age.


Aperture is the opening in the camera that adjusts how much light you want to let in for your photo. The lower the aperture number, (ie: 1.8, 2, 3.5) the more blurred your background will be. (Or foreground if you want to focus on the background.) The higher the aperture number, (ie: 16, 22) the more everything will be in focus. It is good to remember that there is not just one way to take a well-lit photograph-- photography has equivalents. This means that you can have a dark room with an…

from The Morgan Library & Museum

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It’s March! And that means it’s time to bust out the pruning shears (according to the Hours of Henry VIII, anyway).