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Some of these photos are amazing. I am so jealous that you get to go out in the snow, I live in northern Australia and the closest we get to snow is a cool breeze every once in a while :(
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here are some, but not all are from a DSLR:


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Absolutely beautiful pictures guys, makes me jealous of the scenery. Detroit isn't known for the most picturesque scenery....unless your into that urban blight thing!
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Nice Matt very nice.
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 Here is a picture from the past hunting season taken with I phone
ps nice pictures !!
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Originally posted by TommySharpShooter TommySharpShooter wrote:

Some of these photos are amazing. I am so jealous that you get to go out in the snow, I live in northern Australia and the closest we get to snow is a cool breeze every once in a while :(


TSS, take a trip To Oswego, NY we've had 116" so far and I could take you for an hour drive and show you a whole lot more.

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I give up Mike what are they?
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Are those grape vines?
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Yes, old grape vines on the grape ranch my grandfather and great grandfather once owned in Calistoga, CA.

I got a new camera as well, still trying to figure it out, huge learning curve. Trying to shoot indoor volleyball's a b*tch, lighting sucks. Couple of months the area we hunt should be accessible and I should have a better understanding of my camera capabilities as well. Big Smile
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Skylar, if they are they are monsters. I live near grape country and I don't believe I've ever seen any that large.I don't see anything for the vines to grow on either. I'm close to the Finger Lakes and if I had to make a guess I'd say there are 300 or more wineries around the Lakes.
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Skip, back in the day they didn't have all the fancy stuff you see today.

BTW, I've fished and water skied on Skaneateles Lake back in the mid '80's, I know the area(s) you're talking about. Big Smile


Some not so old, old grape vines with vineyard trellis, same property.




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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Skip, back in the day they didn't have all the fancy stuff you see today.

BTW, I've fished and water skied on Skaneateles Lake back in the mid '80's, I know the area(s) you're talking about. Big Smile



Yep Mike that is a real pretty region. " Skinny Atlas " is one of the nicest. You even spelled it correctly. There are some fabulous homes there. It seems like every time I drive along one of the lakes I see a new Winery. I'm not a real connoisseur, dry reds only but I guess there are a fair amount of prize winning whites coming from the area.
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Originally posted by Peddler Peddler wrote:

Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Skip, back in the day they didn't have all the fancy stuff you see today.

BTW, I've fished and water skied on Skaneateles Lake back in the mid '80's, I know the area(s) you're talking about. Big Smile



Yep Mike that is a real pretty region. " Skinny Atlas " is one of the nicest. You even spelled it correctly. There are some fabulous homes there. It seems like every time I drive along one of the lakes I see a new Winery. I'm not a real connoisseur, dry reds only but I guess there are a fair amount of prize winning whites coming from the area.


Haha, I had to google the spelling (my memory's not good anymore), we used to call it skinny too!
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Skaneateles was the major water supply for the city of Syracuse back in the day and now it's split between there and Lake Ontario.
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Wow, I had no idea. From what I remember the area was beautiful with the crystal clear lakes, green rolling hills, farmlands and ranches. My girl friend's grandparents had two places, one on the lake they stayed at during the summer and the other in Ithica during the winter.

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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Wow, I had no idea. From what I remember the area was beautiful with the crystal clear lakes, green rolling hills, farmlands and ranches. My girl friend's grandparents had two places, one on the lake they stayed at during the summer and the other in Ithica during the winter.






Ithaca is such a Lib town now it's unbelievable. With Cornell and Ithaca College all you see is F'n Volvos.
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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Yes, old grape vines on the grape ranch my grandfather and great grandfather once owned in Calistoga, CA.
 
I thought so.
 
We planted a few and they looked very similar to what I have. Talk about something that grows like wild fire.
 
I miss those things. Great grapes!
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