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    I think I have said this before in another thread - the Quabbin Reservoir in Massachusetts. The watershed area around it is an unofficial state park/nature reserve. For me, the best time is during a prolonged drought (bad for Boston) and the water level is real low, the shore is populated with huge rocks and boulders the size of a humvee. I still would like to explore the northern end and eastern shores.
    Because the water level can vary quite a bit from season to season, the photo opportunities change on a constant basis.
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    I find I keep returning to a few places.
    Downtown Toronto, downtown Brampton and Mississauga City Center.
    West Mullet Lake in Bancroft (ok thats a cheat since the cottage is there)
    Egan Chute (again Bancroft) Algonquin Park, Mono Cliffs Provicial Park, forks of the Credit, and a few other smaller parks scattered around the home base.
    oh, sorry, these are all in central and southern Ontario Canada.
    Hope you get to visit, it's a great area and most of us don't bite (much).
    You'll love New England, beautiful area and friendly people.
    Been there, want to go back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    One way or another I coming. There are a couple of places that I can't get out of my mind; Central Otago, Moeraki Boulders.

    If you ever come to Hawaii, let me know. Air New Zealand flys direct from Auckland to Honolulu.
    Both great places Robert. Central Otago - stunning, Moeraki certainly has interesting and unusual boulders, but not sure what else(!?).
    will do

    Actually my most favoured places to photograph (at this stage) are all within 1 hr of home.

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    Up la Plata Canyon or near tree line in the La Plata mountains. I also find myself near Canyon DeChelly a lot, since I live only 30 minutes away.
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    Everywhere I've never been.

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    What's my favourite location?

    I vote for Sweden. I've never been, but I liked what was posted about it

    If that won't do, then it'll have to be the darkroom. That's besides the johnny btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    I would like to know where your favorite locations are.
    Anywhere I can set up a few feet from the truck or in the bed of the truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John McCallum
    Both great places Robert. Central Otago - stunning, Moeraki certainly has interesting and unusual boulders, but not sure what else(!?).
    will do

    Actually my most favoured places to photograph (at this stage) are all within 1 hr of home.
    Here are a couple of images of New Zealand from one of my favorite photographers:

    http://www.andrisapse.com/galleryvie...y=lotr&image=2
    http://www.andrisapse.com/galleryvie...=lotr&image=10

    Stunning!!

    My friend in NZ lives along the Central Otago Rail Trail. I told her to keep watching the trail, because one day I'm going to come walking up it.
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    I love Glacier National Park. I used to live about 1/2 hour away and I was there photographing 3 or 4 times per week for 3 years.

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