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Bennington Monument
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"The Bennington Battle Monument, dedicated to the famous Battle of Bennington that took place during the Revolutionary war in 1777, is a 306' stone obelisk opened to the public in 1891. It is located north of VT Rte 9, about 4 miles east of the New York border. A guided elevator takes visitors to the observation floor for spectacular views of Historic Bennington and three states."

October 11, 2009 - Caedes Fall get togther.

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::cynlee
10/14/09 9:15 PM GMT
Hurray, PJ! Beautiful post with that lovely yellow tree, green green grass and wonderful sky! The people give the opportunity to see how tall the monument is. I am so glad that we spent that time together. It was beautiful in Vermont.
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.Genver
10/14/09 9:26 PM GMT
Very good picture of the monument,the clarity is very good,very pleasant colors,the sky is really nice.
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::biffobear
10/14/09 9:33 PM GMT
Great..and great to see you back..R.
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::PamParson
10/14/09 9:42 PM GMT
Is that PJ!?!?! Been a while since I've seen one of your beautiful images and this is a great way to come back. The colors are gorgeous as is the clarity. And that monument is gorgeous. Wonderful post. HUGS!
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::Hottrockin
10/14/09 9:54 PM GMT
Super cool structure and bold colors & textures!! Luv the presentation as well!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round??
::Jimbobedsel
10/14/09 10:09 PM GMT
The three states don't happen to be Alaska, California and South Dakota, do they? LOL. Pretty neat shot, stranger. I will never forgive you ladies for not inviting me. HRUMPH!! Just kidding. I will be expecting more great shots. PJ.

Jimbob
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::braces
10/14/09 10:41 PM GMT
Hi PJ, why not rub it in our faces that you lot won and we lost! LOL!! Good to see you back here and good to see this fine picture which shows great lines, colours and a really good sky. I hope you all had a good time on your get-together.
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.cuddly_panda
10/14/09 10:58 PM GMT
Beautiful. I love colors and clarity! Sounds like a lot of fun!
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.gr8fulted
10/14/09 11:17 PM GMT
I love Bennington!!! And this shot takes me right back there. Thanks so much!
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::tigger3
10/14/09 11:48 PM GMT
P.J. your so good behind that lens. This is superb! Kind of reminds me of the Washington Monument. A well composed image, with good color, focus and even the textures can be seen. I do hope to see more from you. Your very talented!
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.gonedigital
10/14/09 11:57 PM GMT
That's one mighty tall monument Peej, thanks for sharing this fine photo with us.
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::Roseman_Stan
10/15/09 12:21 AM GMT
Hi there PJ!!! So great to see you posting again! With a wonderful shot too!

Stan
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Logun7
10/15/09 1:03 AM GMT
»»-»»((*♥*))»»-»» Magnificent Shot ««-««(( *♥*))»»-»»
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.Cherry79
10/15/09 1:17 AM GMT
Pj! We've missed you! What a shot to make your grand re-entrance into our little corner of the net. I love the sky in this. Breathtaking.
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.Joanie
10/15/09 2:00 AM GMT
Well here comes the stranger!...lol...Nice to see you again PJ. And a beautiful comeback you have here! Excellent capture of the monument with a gorgeous sky to boot!
Joanie
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.corngrowth
10/15/09 8:28 AM GMT
Hello PJ, very nice to see you uploading again. The stunning sky adds a lot to the beauty of this photograph.
Very well done my friend!
Regards, Cornelius.
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::Ed1958
10/15/09 8:48 AM GMT
Lovely. I was thinking that in principle the Europe and US have acquired this Roman principle of having kind of obelisk in the center of the squares, as a strong link with past.
Ed.
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::89037
10/15/09 10:52 AM GMT
Excellent presentation of this impressive monument!...perfectly done,PJ!
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Adriana....:)
.scorpie
10/15/09 12:37 AM GMT
Fabulous post, nice to see you PJ.
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Why not go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is.... Frank Scully
.alexis518
10/15/09 2:08 PM GMT
Like your perspective on this shot, it really accentuates the height of the monument. Beautiful autumnal weather, too, with nice detail in the clouds.
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.luckyshot
10/15/09 2:11 PM GMT
PJ - A terrific photo, especially with the tree to the right. It looks as though the Caedes get togther was fun and brought to us some wonderful photos. Keep them coming! Thad
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A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken. - James Dent
.Sree
10/15/09 2:53 PM GMT
Beautiful image dear PJ; love the angle and the details....
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.Ayla
10/15/09 3:34 PM GMT
WOW very nice!!!
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.RAPH
10/15/09 5:47 PM GMT
Great colors, composition, light, clarity, hmmm what else ?

Thanks for sharing PJ.

RAPH
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.doubleheader
10/15/09 11:57 PM GMT
Great shot Peej..Like the presentation and color.. =D
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::wheedance
10/16/09 1:24 AM GMT
Welcome back!!!!!!!! I miss your posts! Love the deep colors and you know how I wish I could have been there!
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.lovestoned
10/17/09 5:48 AM GMT
Nicely composed. The people at the lower left is a nice addition.
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.ghostrider2112
10/17/09 10:35 PM GMT
Very nice... I love the composition.
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.SatCom
10/18/09 3:25 AM GMT
I'm sorry...I have been very sick lately and really gotten behind again. Catch up when I can.
WOW!!!! Amazing capture and color...Impressive and very professional.
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::tealeaves
10/18/09 11:10 PM GMT
Beautiful composition to come back with, PJ! I'm particularly drawn to the lines of the structure, that are well defined against that magnificent sky! I also like how the yellow bush contrasts with it's surrounding green foliage. The lawn looks like soft velvet. Excellent work, and welcome back my friend! :)
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::nigelmoore
10/19/09 7:03 AM GMT
It's soooo good to see you again PJ! I'm glad you were on the get-together and hope you all had lots of fun. This is a worthy comeback, what an impressive monument and really well exposed with perfect colours. The light was just right too, I like the way it's picked out the little yellow tree at the side. Welcome back, I've missed you and I know that lots of your friends here have too.
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