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    Picker's "Point Lobos East"

    Those of you who have the "Photographing with Fred Picker" video may recall that he refers to his favorite local shooting location as "Point Lobos East".

    "The difference", he says, "is that no one knows about it but me."

    Does anyone know where in (I assume) Vermont "Point Lobos East" is to be found?
    "What drives man to create is the compulsion to, just once in his life, comprehend and record the pure, unadorned, unvarnished truth. Not some of it; all of it."

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    No, but my personal Point Lobos in Massachusetts is...

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    No, but I know where Point Lobo West is ......
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    Don't have a clue what he might have meant.

    But, from personal experience with both, I'd vote
    for Pemaquid point in Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Hayden
    I'd vote
    for Pemaquid point in Maine.
    Or schoodic peninsula...

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    Or Kaena Point, Oahu, Hawaii - and, it is much warmer as well.
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    First thing which came to my mind was Pemaquid Point...
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    Monterey Peninsula.
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    It is a 20-foot section of river near Threadford Vermont. I don't remember the name of the river. It is off the road and across a field. It is said to be a really good trout-fishing stream.

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    How about Acadia National Park, Schoodic Point, Otters Point? Big Branch Wilderness, VT, Black Pt, Rhode Island?
    Time & tides wait for no one, especially photographers.

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