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  6. That bottom shot is utterly amazing. You should be shooting for the New England (I assume?) tourist board because every time I see your photos I want to jump on a plane!

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    • Thank you 🙂 They have used a few of my pictures, or at least the chamber of commerce has done so. That’s the middle of my town, central downtown Uxbridge. We may have the worst local government in world history, but it sure is pretty around here. You like Garry up there on the ledge? I’m afraid of heights (he isn’t, obviously) and I was terrified he’d fall!

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        • He says it was a great place to shoot from. He is NOT afraid of heights. He keeps pointing out he was being careful, watching his feet. I’ve seen him hanging out of the top of the Customs Building in Boston (about 20 stories up, thank you) to get a shot for the 6 o’clock news … so he is careful or he wouldn’t still be with us. He used to jump out of airplanes for fun. It scares me, is all. All I could think was OMIGOD he’s going to fall to his death! I think he got pictures of me, too, but I haven’t downloaded his stuff yet. We’ve taken so many pictures in the last couple of days (I just added another hundred or so at the pond — some of the swans were out) that it will take me a while to sort them. With the season coming on fast, I’m going to be shooting a lot for the next couple of weeks. I wait for this all year … and it goes by fast. You can’t loll about and wait for tomorrow. You never know if the weather is going to change and suddenly, it’s all gone in a few hours.

          I expect it was a cool angle. He was shooting the dam and falls from high up. Short of a helicopter, that’s the only way to get that view. Still, it was very “man on the ledge!” for me.

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