Legacy Picture Albums

These are the legacy picture albums dating back to the start of the web site, and the start of the Lake Level Petition. In time I will migrate some of these over to new WordPress Albums or Galleries, which offer some great features and functionality over these original Picassa-generated albums.

  • Album 1: Site Pictures: This album contains miscellaneous pictures used on the site. This album may go away since the pictures otherwise appear on other pages. I just thought it would be nice to have them in a browsable location.
  • Album 7: Chase Family Archive This album contains pictures from the Chase family archives courtesy of Jane Chase. Recently updated to the new Gallery front-end.
  • Album 9: Winter 2013 Pictures from around the lake, Winter 2013. Updated to use the new Gallery front-end.
  • High Resolution Composite Marsh Photograph which is quite large, and quite stunning. See the 28 March 2012 entry on the News page for more information about this photo. A little research has turned up some interesting information about this picture. It’s a DigitalGlobe(tm) photograph, 0.3 meter resolution (1 meter/pixel) taken 07/17/2010.
  • 360° Panorama Photograph (1.18 megabytes) showing the marsh and northwest end of the lake. Here’s a smaller (345kb) version if your browser was choking on the larger one. The person taking her own pictures is Beth Callahan, DEP staff person during her recent site visit to Clary Lake. See the 19 April 2012 entry on the news page for more information about this.
  • Yet Another 360° Panorama (2.0 megabytes) taken 3 February 2013 at the confluence of Clark’s Meadow Brook with the main channel from Clary lake.
  • Yet Another High Resolution Photo of Clary Lake which is also quite large, 6.24 megabytes and its a PDF file, not an image file (the best way I found to convert the original 86 megabyte .TIFF file was to print it to a PDF). It’s based on a National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) aerial photograph dated 28 July 2011. Its awesome. After opening it, you’ll want to rotate it and then zoom in. You can actually zoom in to 400% without noticeable degradation of image quality. Added 02 October 2012;
  • David Hodsdon resized the above NAIP photograph of Clary Lake into a JPG that better fits your screen and is only 235K. You can’t zoom in like with the above PDF but its a great photograph just the same. I’m using it for a background on my computer.