Title: Green Bucks

Capture Date/Time: August 10 2009 10:06
Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: 14-24mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 14mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 1/500 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

During my vacation out east last week I got to spend a day with Kathleen Connally from the very well known photoblog "A Walk Through Durham Township." She was ever so kind enough to give me a tour of Bucks County along the Delaware River. Here is one from the journey! Thanks again Kathleen!

4 commentsAdd yours

08.16.09/06:33 AM Niklas said:

I'm glad that you have finally had a timeout from work, Archie. You seemed a bit exhausted recently.
The green tones are really nice in this one. Did John tell you about my plans for next summer?
Say hello to Kathleen.

08.16.09/02:24 PM Yvette said:

That's awesome!!!

08.17.09/09:03 AM Robert Chapman said:

I took one look at this and I knew what camera and lens you used. The 14-24 is the only one that can do edge to edge sharpness that wide and the graceful handling of the highlights and shadows has got to be the D700.

Of course, the photographer's skill might have something to do with it too...

08.17.09/03:15 PM Bob Eddings said:

Nice image, Archie. I knew from the mountains you must not be in the Lake Michigan area. Last image, WI, this one, PA. You do get around. :) Great opportunity also getting to meet and tour with Kathleen. I'm a long-time admirer (as are most everyone.)