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Wednesday, September 26, 2012


We spent a little while at the Mabee Farm this past weekend.  They were host to a historic re-enactment group, the Albany 2nd Regiment.  The Albany 2nd was an American Revolutionary War unit, but they  assembled for a War of 1812 Muster.  Very interesting people, to say the least!  Anyway, being who we are, we ended up down at the river, where the little one found this remnant of last year's Hurricane Irene.  This is mud, washed up in a thick layer during the height of the storm, and it is so heavy that even a year later it hasn't all washed away.  The photo is rotated 90 degrees but I sort of like it this way!

LensMinolta MD 50mm f/1.4
F Numberunrecorded
Focal Length50.0 mm
Exposure Time1/25
Exposure ProgramManual
Exposure Compensation0
FlashOff, Did not fire

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