reflections at fall's end (Fall+colors trees water ). Photo by maureen01
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reflections at fall's end

Uploaded by: maureen01

Thursday October 28, 2010

Downsville, NY (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Fall colors are quickly fading, but the weather has been wonderfully warm. I took this photo yesterday about 5 p.m. and it was 62 degrees.

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Model: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS

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About maureen01

maureen01

I once thought I would always and forever live on an island. I lived in Key West for over 20 years, then moved north (PA/NY border)when Key West became much too populated. In my photo, I'm sailing to Block Island, which I often refer to as "my northern Key West" -- that is, the way Key West was back in the 70s, 80s when I lived there. I work as a therapist with small children for NY State -- the Early Intervention program (kids birth - 3 years). I'm on the road a lot, so try to carry my camera with me. I go through periods where I put my camera aside for awhile, but this site encourages me to keep going and I love the feedback. Very supportive!

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