Storm Made Marsh (storm+damage Summer water ). Photo by memahat

Storm Made Marsh

Uploaded by: memahat

Monday August 29, 2011

Bethel, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: this "pond" made as a result of Irene flooding a farmers pasture, is now receding, and the grasses are standing up like marsh reeds , this is normally a cattle grazing field

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About memahat

memahat

I have enjoyed photography as a hobby in my youth and teens, was professionally educated in photography and graphic arts, and was gainfully employed in the photographic trades for 30 years. Recently I like most everyone else has discovered the ease of digital photography, and I find myself having to re-learn many of the exposure tricks that I had become quite confidant with , using film, and now having to apply that science to EV control and noise control, and new terms I never knew in the photographic darkroom. Its a very enjoyable experience.

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