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    Default A few White Mountain shots from the weekend...

    I got up to Gorham for a few hours Saturday into Sunday...didn't get the snow covered peaks shot I had drempt of, but got a few I'm proud of for sure. Peak has come to north of the notches...south should be next weekend...

    My favorite: Mackeral Sky Over Reflection Pond...



    Not quite Gnome-esk...but it's a rare moose family for me...



    White Mountain Stream...



    Sunrise from a ledge above Shelburne...



    From the same ledge...



    Beaver Pond, Kinsman Notch...


    Enjoy!
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    Breathtaking. I've no adequate words for the beauty of your photographs.

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    Every one of them is breathtaking!! Truly beautiful! I can't even say "I like XXX best" because they're all so different.

    Valerie

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    Various adjectives. Love Gorham and the Shelburne Area.

    Thanks!

    KDT

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    Great shots! I am hoping to get out in NH to take pictures this weekend. save some of the color for me.
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    Absolutely incredible photos Jim. I do agree with you about the first one being the best though. When I opened this thread and saw that picture it literally took my breath away. What an amazing example of how beautiful the White Mountains are!!!!!
    Mark

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    Awesome! All of them! Awesome!
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    While I've long admired Jim's photography in the forum and in the OBS gallery I had never gone and looked at his other online galleries before today. I'm still working on getting my jaw back off the floor (which it hit as soon as I opened the first page). I can't find the words to describe the beauty in these images and the light in which they present the White Mountains (pun completely intended). I'm sure that many here have been familiar with the rest of Jim's work for a long time, but for those that aren't you really need to go look at it here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimsalge/
    http://public.fotki.com/w7xman/
    Mark

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    Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir


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    Hiking Blog: http://theramblingsblog.blogspot.com/
    Seek the 2011 Peak page: Mark Truman's Pledge Page

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    While I've long admired Jim's photography in the forum and in the OBS gallery I had never gone and looked at his other online galleries before today. I'm still working on getting my jaw back off the floor (which it hit as soon as I opened the first page). I can't find the words to describe the beauty in these images and the light in which they present the White Mountains (pun completely intended). I'm sure that many here have been familiar with the rest of Jim's work for a long time, but for those that aren't you really need to go look at it here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimsalge/
    http://public.fotki.com/w7xman/

    Thanks Mark,

    Glad you wandered through. I work hard for my images, often ask of others to work just as hard for my images (thanks Ryan most recently), and try to capture the connection of 'being there' on film. I find that for people as connected to these mountains as I am, well, this stuff just speaks to them.

    Happy to provide a visual escape, and will happily continue to do so, as it keeps me connected as well!

    Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    While I've long admired Jim's photography in the forum and in the OBS gallery I had never gone and looked at his other online galleries before today. I'm still working on getting my jaw back off the floor (which it hit as soon as I opened the first page). I can't find the words to describe the beauty in these images and the light in which they present the White Mountains (pun completely intended). I'm sure that many here have been familiar with the rest of Jim's work for a long time, but for those that aren't you really need to go look at it here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimsalge/
    http://public.fotki.com/w7xman/
    I did the same and my sentiments echo yours.

    I'm trying to pick out the ones I want my husband to buy and frame for me(Christmas and birthday presents).

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