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Patricksburg

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

On Sunday, Sarah and I went for a drive to the west of town, out to the near ghost town of Patricksburg. We intended for this to be a photography-oriented outing, but we ended up doing more driving than shooting. Still, we did stop at a couple of different places to take some photos. I brought my DSLR, which has been neglected for some time now, as I always take a small point & shoot camera on my bicycle rides. Here are some of my best shots from that day.

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I’ve noticed that my cycling photography has left an indelible stamp on my style. I take lots of photos of roads, even when I’m not riding.

It was a wonderful afternoon with my wife. I hope we can go on more outings like this soon. And, I’ve got to get my DSLR back into regular rotation, it is so much better than the point & shoot camera!

One Response to “Patricksburg”

  1. Chandra Says:

    Great photographs, as usual! The DSLR added more depth and possibly pixels, I suppose.
    Keep up the great blog!!
    Peace 🙂

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