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#1)  Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby Matt Markworth » Sun Mar 19, 2017 11:21 am

http://www.masslive.com/living/index.ssf/2017/02/wilbraham_filmmaker_stalks_the_wild_world_of_mount_tom_state_reservation.html

Way to go Ray! I stumbled across the article when doing some google searches for my website and I think I'll watch this film after dinner this evening. Looking forward to it!

Matt

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Postby AndrewJoslin » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:11 pm

Just watched it all the way through, superb! Great work, thanks Ray!
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#3)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby RayA » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:07 pm

Matt, Andrew,

Thanks! It was quite a surprise to see this post on NTS, I must say.

Making the film was a lot of fun, and led to a number of memorable experiences over the course of a couple years.

Brothers Bob Leverett, Jared Lockwood and I are currently working on one (or maybe more) old growth forest films here in MA. Even though trees stand still, it's not always easy to either measure them, or photograph them satisfactorily, as you both know. But it's still fun! :)

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#4)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby dbhguru » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:36 pm

Brother Ray,

   I think a visit to Friendly's in celebration must be put on the calendar. It should be a 4-scoops celebration. Nay, nay, more like 5.

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#5)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby RayA » Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:30 pm

Brother Bob,

  Why, that's mighty kind. Yes sir, mighty kind. It's not everyone who would offer to buy me a 5-scooper. Somehow I think it's not you either. So yes, I'll settle for the 4-scooper.  :)
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#6)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby Matt Markworth » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:53 pm

Ray,

Incredible, simply incredible!

All,

If you haven't already, go watch this film! I could go on and on with all my favorite parts, but go watch it instead of reading what I have to say!

Bob,

If I should be so lucky to tag along for ice cream I'm okay with 5 scoops, 4 scoops, or heck, even 1 scoop. The main thing for me is they need to have pie, lots and lots of pie, make it Lemon Pie and I'm there!

Matt

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#7)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby Don » Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:04 am

Matt-
We became partial to Kentucky Derby pies when we were back there!
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Postby dbhguru » Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:03 am

Matt,

 Ah yes, Lemon Pie. Let's see now, we have Honey, Sweetie, Peaches, Muffin, Lemon Pie, and Pixie Dust. Rosie gave Monica the name Pixie Dust. Lots more to hunting trees and meeting thereafter at the Cold Rive Cafe than most people would realize.

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#9)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby RayA » Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:33 am

Don,

  I'm not quite sure what Kentucky Derby pies are, but if they're akin to cow pies .....
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#10)  Re: Wilbraham filmmaker stalks the wild world of Mount Tom

Postby RayA » Thu Mar 23, 2017 2:11 pm

I just visited Matt's website, [url]ForestReporter.com[/url], and I have to commend him for a nicely done, professional looking site, which reports news related to forests everywhere. Great job Matt!  Hopefully all ENTS will have a look-see too.

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