Sunday, February 28, 2010

Lens Day: Turbulent

This view of Mount Kearsarge in Wilmot, New Hampshire was taken this morning from a friend's home. The turbulent clouds are still here from that low pressure system. There were hundreds of thousands of power outages and many people still don't have electricity or phone service. Some schools will be closed for the fourth day tomorrow. The tower that you see on top of Kearsarge was damaged in the storm. It is an important relay station for emergency services, cell phones, cable television and land phone services.

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  1. I am thankful that we don't have winds or storms like that right now. We are slowly getting rid of the snow but there is a lot left as we really got dumped on.

    I am glad you are going to try the little lenses that magnify things. I find they are really valued for close-ups. They are so good that you have to be careful as you cannot seem to focus at first. And then I got to the point where I used my body to focus as there is nothing left to twist on the camera. I would lean forward and backwards and hope I stopped at the right place when I snapped the shutter.

  2. Beautiful picture.
    I was just looking at the ski reports. Lots of warmer weather on the way.

  3. Too bad there was so much damage, because in spite of the turbulent clouds, it has a sort of peaceful feel.


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