Round Pond is a classic wild, high-altitude (1100 ft higher than Winnipesaukee) mountain pond, found in the center of the Belknap Range, well over a mile distant from the nearest road. This panorama was created in the early spring of 2003.
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mcdude Senior Member
Registered: July 2002 Location: Rock Haven Lake - West Newfield, ME Posts: 5,194
Thu February 5, 2004 11:32pm
it's a very tranquil spot. You seem to be checking out a lot of my favorite ones! Tell us what kind of camera you are using...and keep posting! I love your photography. - McD
jwelch Junior Member
Registered: February 2004
Fri February 6, 2004 11:27pm
agree... nice photos. what type of camera and skill produces these shots??!?!?!
trfour Senior Member
Registered: November 2002 Location: The Lakes, Central NH. and Dallas/Fort Worth TX. Posts: 3,493
Sat February 7, 2004 3:06am
Great Pictures!..... Let us know.
I would guess, a Megaton pixels Sony or Olympus with all of the bells and whistles, using a tripod?......
PS Side note for all; When I first joined PhotoPost, my camera was a Minolta focus free Freedom 1 - 35 mm. I moved up to a Sony MVC CD - 400, 4.1 mega pixel, that I am still learning to use. I need to buy a tripod for it, as I speak. Anyway, two weeks after I purchased it, Sony came out with a 5.o version, MVC CD 500, for the same price..... "MAN was I bummed"!!!!!!
Yes, there is a big learning curve between cameras. Hope this helps.
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