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December 1, 2008

Chincoteague Trip: Finally finished processing the last of the batch!

by josephrossbachphoto

Alright, here is the last of the batch of images from Chincoteague, Phew!  I made it through the holiday with out to many bumps and bruises . I will have my work cut out for me this week with the writing of many chapters for me and Ian’s upcoming book,  50  Amazing Places: Washington D.C.  No, not in the district, but the very best  trails,  hikes,  scenic locations, paddles and  wildlife events in the greater mid Atlantic region.

More details to come in the next few weeks on this as well as another book project in the works!  I had a private one day workshop in Great Falls yesterday and will be posting a few images mid week from that adventure as soon as I get the chance. Thanks for stopping in and don’t be a stranger, leave me a comment or two. Joejrp_web_images-15

Piping Plover. Nikon D300, 200-400mm f4, 1.4 teleconvertor

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Snow geese and light house at dusk. Nikon D300, 700-200mm

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Refuge at sunrise with crescent moon.  Nikon D300, 70-200mm (double exposure f/ the moon)

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Tracks in the sand. Nikon D300, 70-200mm

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Great White Egret on perch. Nikon D300, 200-400mm f4

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Breaking surf on the beach. Nikon 70-200mm, Singh Ray Vari-ND

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Reflections of house on ice. Nikon D300, Lensbaby G3

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Reflections of house on ice. Nikon D300, Lensbaby G3

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Ice formations and leaf. Nikon D300, 105mm Macro

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Ice formations and leaf. Nikon D300, 105mm Macro

jrp_web_images-35Paynes store front abstract. Nikon D300, Lensbaby G3 (hdr)

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