Around Newberg Oregon

tdekany

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Forecast was mostly sunny for the area, so we decided to take a drive and see part of Newberg that we haven't seen in a few years.

I hope, you enjoy some of the pictures. :biggrin:

The 60mm was glued to the EM-5 and the 7-14mm to the EPL-1.

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One of my favorite areas to wander about, especially as you head towards Dundee and Dayton.

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--Ken
 

tdekany

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One of my favorite areas to wander about, especially as you head towards Dundee and Dayton.

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--Ken
Unfortunately, we left too late in the day and didn't make it to the Dundee are, which was on the list for the day.:frown:
 

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Hey All,

Nice pics! I really like the 5th! I'd be all over that International and the Hesston swather and the seed drill with my camera.

You at least made it out to the M for dinner?

I met Ernie Borgnine there once.

-Ed-
 

tdekany

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Hey All,

Nice pics! I really like the 5th! I'd be all over that International and the Hesston swather and the seed drill with my camera.

You at least made it out to the M for dinner?

I met Ernie Borgnine there once.

-Ed-
Hi and thanks Ed!

5th picture - once again, I have to thank my wife. She is the one with the eye:rofl:

The picture with the drill, we just stopped in the middle of the road as in rural Oregon, there is no place to pull over. I felt lucky, that there was no traffic for about a minute.

M - not sure I get that one, sorry - McMinnville? In any case we had dinner at home that night.
 

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Wow, absolutely great shots! Pretty nice vistas where you live. So do you just pull to the shoulder while driving? How do you make it work?

There's a couple of scenes along my 3-hr drive to and from Hershey-NYC that I'd love to photograph. Except I'm scared a police officer might issue me a ticket for pulling to the shoulder for a non-emergency. Now, if my photos would earn me any real money, I would dare to stop like that. Alas, I am no Bryan Peterson.. Not even close. :tongue:
 

tdekany

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Wow, absolutely great shots! Pretty nice vistas where you live. So do you just pull to the shoulder while driving? How do you make it work?

There's a couple of scenes along my 3-hr drive to and from Hershey-NYC that I'd love to photograph. Except I'm scared a police officer might issue me a ticket for pulling to the shoulder for a non-emergency. Now, if my photos would earn me any real money, I would dare to stop like that. Alas, I am no Bryan Peterson.. Not even close. :tongue:
I appreciate the kind words!

In rural areas, there are no shoulders to speak of, although one could pull into one's driveway, but I would never do that. So in this case we just stopped in the middle of the road, I pulled the window down on my side, took a few pictures while my wife was watching the road for us. Of course, traffic in rural Oregon is also pretty light compared to the east coast.

As a side note, I have pulled over twice, once in Vermont and once in New Mexico, or Wyoming? where within seconds a cop pulled up behind us and wanted to know if everything was ok. :biggrin:

After the second incident, I told my wife that I will never stop ever again, no matter how pretty the scenery is. :rofl:

Luckily for us, Oregon is very different. One hardly ever sees a police officer in the country.
 

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