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Flood pump

The Lake Ontario and Irondequoit Bay water levels are high, but nearly as high as it has been. Hopefully the pump can sit idle this season.

The Lake Ontario and Irondequoit Bay water levels are high, but nearly as high as it has been. Hopefully the pump can sit idle this season.

In the second photograph, Lake Ontario is on the other side of the rise along the horizon. Irondequoit Bay is twenty yards or so to my right. The bay outlet is a hundred yards past the right edge of the frame.

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Carl Zeiss Tessar 75/2.8 & Compur-Rapid
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Epson Perfection V500 Photo scanner

By Steven Tryon

I am a photographer, walker, and sometime paddler, a theologically-educated geek living in Rochester, NY. Once upon a time I was an Army helicopter jockey in Alaska.

I started with film, switched to digital, then went back to classic film cameras.

With major back surgery in August 2019 and bunion repair in January 2020 now behind me, I am gearing up to start Appalachian Trail NOBO in June, 2021 to celebrate my seventy-first birthday. Blogging for The Trek.

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