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Quabbin Reservoir

Uploaded by: windchimes1

Thursday March 15, 2012

Westhampton, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The Quabbin is located in Belchertown Ma. and is 39 Sq.miles wide,18 miles long,and has 181 miles of shoreline.When full it holds 412 billion gallons of water. It supplies Boston with most of it't drinking water.

Image Width: 4288

Image Length: 3216

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Manufacturer: FUJIFILM

Model: FinePix S2940WM

Software: PaintShop Pro 14.00

Copyright: [None] (Photographer) - (Editor)

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Exposure Time: 1/150 sec.

FNumber: f/8.0

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ISO Speed Ratings: 64

Shutter speed: 7.20 EV (APEX: 12, 1/147 sec.)

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Exposure Mode: Auto exposure

White Balance: Auto white balance

Scene Capture Type: Standard

Sharpness: Normal

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2. Crisred
1:42 AM GMT on March 16, 2012
Nice photo of the expansiveness of it all. I've heard you can still see the tops of buildings under water when levels are low. Always wanted to take a canoe out there.
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1. gilg72
5:01 PM GMT on March 15, 2012
Wow! great shot and series. 10's on all, and thanks for the info on this.
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About windchimes1

windchimes1

Hello My name is Chrissy and I am married and a mother and grandmother. I am retired and have taken up photography as a hobby. Living in the heart of the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts,there is plenty of interesting subject matter to photograph. I have discovered that taking pictures can be very addictive, so my camera is always by my side. I love seeing photography from all different areas of this country and the world, and appreciate all comments on my own pictures. This is a wonderful community and I am so glad that this site is available to share my pictures and learn, and interact with those who I now call my WU family.

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