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1HappyHiker
03-11-2013, 04:32 PM
The photo below shows peaks along the Franconia Ridge. It was taken from an opening created by a logging cut at Fay State Forest (Lincoln/Woodstock, NH).
Details about the very short hike to get to this spot are at my "2 Small 2B Big" (http://2small2bbig.blogspot.com/) blog.


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-RHUPbpokeBE/UTzi6MddDHI/AAAAAAAAPGs/jYP3hmLiM-4/s800/CIMG9231.JPG


The photo below shows the Franconia Notch. It was taken from an opening created by a logging cut on Blake Mountain (Thornton, NH).
Details about the hike/bushwhack to get to this spot are at my "1HappyHiker" (http://1happyhiker.blogspot.com/) blog.


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-hAGsQzXwl4w/UT48XqQtzSI/AAAAAAAAPJg/TUo61-LVaNM/s800/CIMG9244.JPG

Snow Miser
03-11-2013, 06:35 PM
Very nice photos John. It's neat to see these peaks from different vantage points that most folks' photos show. Thanks for sharing!

1HappyHiker
03-11-2013, 08:35 PM
Very nice photos John. It's neat to see these peaks from different vantage points that most folks' photos show. Thanks for sharing!

Thanks Bob for your very kind comments! Very much appreciated!

1HappyHiker
03-15-2013, 10:07 AM
Per the setup of this Forum, my window of opportunity has been closed for editing my original posting. It's not a 'big deal', but I just realized that the links contained in my original posting will take you to my Blogs, but not to the specific Blog reports that pertain to the photos. So, for anyone who might want to view these specific reports, here are the links:

Fay State Forest view (http://2small2bbig.blogspot.com/2013/03/fay-state-forest-lincolnwoodstock-nh.html)

Blake Mountain view (http://1happyhiker.blogspot.com/2013/03/looking-down-throat-of-franconia-notch.html)

KathyC
03-16-2013, 06:56 AM
John, I always love your photos and blogs. Thank you for posting them and for posting them here.

robin65
03-20-2013, 01:29 PM
Wow, that's superb pictures and what a views. I'm also crazy for capturing natural places like this. I'm not a professional photographer but this is my passion. Thank you for that shot out