Long Pond, Hopkinton, RI., USA - Autumn
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Long Pond, Hopkinton, RI., USA - Autumn

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Long Pond is part of a Nature Conservancy wildlife preserve in Hopkinton, RI., USA. This viewpoint is reached by a trail through rhododendron thickets off a quiet New England dirt road. Photo taken with Canon 5DMkII, Canon 8-15mm lens, MK Systems Panomachine and processed in PTGui and Photoshop.

  • Karen 10 months ago
    Very cool! Beautiful photo. I want to go there!
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