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    Shooting in Appalachian country

    I live in Asheville, NC. If anyone is heading this way to shoot LF and needs s ome guidance please let me know. I shoot 50% LF and 50% 35mm.

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    Join Date
    Dec 1999

    Shooting in Appalachian country

    Hi Gary,

    I've visited your beautiful website previously, and it was a pleasure to do so again after noting your site's address (above).

    I plan to visit the Smokies mid-April, and though I will be shooting 6x8 and 6x17 medium format (I may also bring my 4x5), perhaps I could glean a few tips from you re: best shooting locations and current conditions at the time of my visit.

    Thanks, Danny

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