Village Lights

Earlier in the week, a failed attempt to capture the full moon led to experimentation. Home-sweet-home, lit up by the scenic byway corridor and the prominent historic buildings in the center of the village, became my subject.

Dedicated to the Madison Hall Preservation Committee.


Photo by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.

9 thoughts on “Village Lights

    • You’re so right about that Donna (I like your reference to the dump :)). I’ve roamed around eastern North Carolina and went a little crazy on the endless pine flats, missing the Northeast – the hills, mountains, bubbling brooks, seasons – all of it! I love the mix of topography, forests, fields, farms and wetlands here in CNY…but I’m also saddened by the loss of wildness and special places that I see on almost every field trip. But, that’s true almost everywhere. Thanks for the visit and keep cranking out those great posts!

  1. Once again….you and your camera are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am trying to figure out just where you were standing when you shot this one?????? Super job! Linda

    • Thanks Linda – on a personal shot like this, your positive feedback is validation! I was a half mile away, at the edge of my front yard/Rt. 20, shooting with a telephoto lens (Morrisville must be one of the few places left on earth where you can capture the whole story without a wide angle lens!!!!!!!)

    • Much appreciated Gunta. I had done some serious research on the subject but got stupid and started fumbling around with settings when the moment of truth arrived. I was pleasantly surprised to see a couple of keepers worthy of a post.

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