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Saturday, May 28, 2011

5/28/11 Downtown Bangor

Another gray rainy day found us walking around town. I let Kelley choose the route so we were on familiar and unfamiliar streets. She was very interested in exploring, mostly with her nose, and seems to be feeling better. We met nice people but no other dogs.

We have passed this fence before and I found it interesting but with buildings, trees, and other clutter it's hard to isolate. Here is my first attempt

The Kenduskeag Stream starts about 25 miles from Bangor and is a normal stream until it enters downtown where it runs between walls and buildings.


  1. I always am curious about the cameras used by fellow bloggers. So if you don't mind..what do you use? thanks

  2. I mostly use an old Olympus C5050. It worked well for all my close ups of the peppers and is good for quick shots when hiking with Kelley ( she gets impatient if we stop for long). I also have a Pentax DSLR but it's much heavier and more complicated so I have not used it much.

  3. The results from the Olympus that I've seen on this blog are extremely good...expecially the closeups.


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