Maine Post Blizzard (cold+snap snow winter ). Photo by hartfordwxman

Maine Post Blizzard

Uploaded by: hartfordwxman

mardo 14-a de februaro

Canton, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A typical scene here in Maine. I recorded 26in but saw a report as high as 36in.


Image Width: 5312

Image Length: 2988

Manufacturer: samsung

Model: SM-N920R4

Orientation: Top-left

X-Resolution: 72.0000

Y-Resolution: 72.0000

Resolution Unit: Inch

Software: PT Photo Editor - Pro Edition

Padding: 4108 bytes undefined data

Exposure Time: 1/2440 sec.

F-Number: f/1.9

Exposure Program: Normal program

ISO Speed Ratings: 40

Exif Version: Exif Version 2.2

Shutter Speed: 11.25 EV (1/2435 sec.)

Aperture: 1.85 EV (f/1.9)

Brightness: 9.29 EV (2144.81 cd/m^2)

Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV

Maximum Aperture Value: 1.85 EV (f/1.9)

Metering Mode: Center-weighted average

Flash: Flash did not fire

Focal Length: 4.3 mm

User Comment: Unsupported UNICODE string

FlashPixVersion: FlashPix Version 1.0

Color Space: sRGB

Pixel X Dimension: 5312

Pixel Y Dimension: 2988

Exposure Mode: Auto exposure

White Balance: Auto white balance

Focal Length in 35mm Film: 28

Scene Capture Type: Standard

Image Unique ID: B16LSIA00SM B16LSIL03SM

GPS Tag Version:

North or South Latitude: N

Latitude: 44, 22, 29

East or West Longitude: W

Longitude: 70, 19, 0

Altitude Reference: Sea level reference

Altitude: 0

GPS Time (Atomic Clock): 12:58:46.00

GPS Date: 2017:02:14

Latitude (decimal): 44.374722

Longitude (decimal): -70.316666

About hartfordwxman


I live in the foothills of rural western Maine. It's heavily forested and sparsely populated with small farms and orchards. It's a rugged and beautiful area as most of the state is. I live in an old restored farmhouse on 15 acres. The land has not been in agriculture use for over 30 years now and much of it has reverted back to forest. I keep a small 6+/- acre pasture cleared as a habitat for wildlife that require open grass-lands or border (open/forest) land. I appreciate and enjoy the outdoors and working my land.

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