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    Default Aerial photo albums

    Some of the best views of the mountain are from the air!


    There is an extensive album of aerial Mt. Washington photos- all seasons- at http://www.lakesregionaerials.com/washington/list0.html.

    You may also enjoy the aerial tour of the Mt. Washington valley & North Country at http://www.lakesregionaerials.com/No...try/list0.html

    ENJOY!
    Last edited by AerialPhotoNH; 09-28-2007 at 05:20 PM.
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    Wow those are some great pictures! I like the ones showing Lions Head trail and the other trails. You can clearly see the routes.
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    Stunning shots, I really like them! One is labeled wrong, though.

    http://www.lakesregionaerials.com/No...ry/image0.html

    This is Wildcat, not the Balsams. The mountains behind are the Carters and the White caps in the upper right hand of the picture are North and South Baldface.

    KDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot

    This is Wildcat, not the Balsams. The mountains behind are the Carters and the White caps in the upper right hand of the picture are North and South Baldface.

    KDT
    I concur, that is Wildcat. Its a great photo.
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    You're all correct- "Bretton Woods" is mis-labeled. I'll correct it someday...

    It's not always that easy to remember where I was when I took a photo. I do GPS-tag tnem, but must have gotten this one wrong. Thanks for the heads up!
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    thank you for sharing this with us ,nice site and pictures
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    If your not a OBS member yet then what are you waiting for

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    OOPS- you are correct. It's been fixed- thanks.
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