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Paper Mill Island in Baldwinsville, NY is a popular venue for concerts and fireworks. The fireworks show on July 4th 2014 was looking grim with the sudden downpour of rain; but right before the show started the rain stopped. Thanks to the rain however, we were treated to an amazing golden red light during Sunset….

 
Smoke on the Water - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 11:43 pm

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Paper Mill Island Fireworks - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 11:44 pm

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Pixley Falls State Park is a tranquil, slice of heaven located a few miles Southwest of Boonville, NY. The trails through the park are calm, easy, and relaxing; containing lots of small streams, waterfalls, and boardwalks – just make sure to bring bug spray during the Summer. Here’s a small stream that drops down a…

 
Pixley Falls - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 11:39 pm

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Tranquil Bridge - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 11:41 pm

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My hometown of Baldwinsville, NY has an interesting steel truss bridge called the Seneca River Bridge that crosses over the Seneca River in the middle of town. During the summer and through fall, the village illuminates the bridge and river with powerful color changing lights. What a great opportunity to try some long exposure times!…

 
Seneca River Bridge at Night - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 10:20 pm

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What a wonderful day for a stroll through Chittenango Falls State Park! The good thing about coming here in the Spring, is that the water really pours over the falls. For the best perspective, down in the water below the falls is the best spot to take some wide angle photos to really show the…

 
Chittenango Falls in Spring - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 10:51 pm

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You cannot visit California without visiting Yosemite National Park! Seriously, don’t. The first half of my adventure through Yosemite was in Yosemite Valley, at the bottom of the mountains. At Mirror Lake, I was able to capture a nice reflection.   Further along, a detail shot of rocks on the shore of the Merced River,…

 
Tunnel View - Gregory A. DunbarMarch 16, 2016 - 11:12 pm

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