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    Every time I see some of your work you just amaze me. Absolutly awesome pictures. Keep them coming. Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us.

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    Jim these are some spectacular images... I especially love the church shot and the picnic table shot... but every other one is great as well!!
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    Alright...finally have a second to post photo details...

    Here goes...
    The picnic table, chocorua lake and little white church shots are all with my standard equiptment (20D w/Sigma 18-200mm) plus a circular polarizer. This filter I find indespensible...it almost always lives on my lens.

    The other 3 shots, my broader landscapes take this set up, and add my Graduated Neutral Density (GND) filters to the polarizer. I shoot HiTech filters that fit in a Cokin Holder. If you get these filters, know that they scratch easily, so make sure you get a microfiber holder case for them.

    The shots all involved a stacking of filters. I believe most of them were shot with a 2 stop hard edge filter. The all also have a soft edge filter as well, either two or three stops.

    The shots are 8 seconds long at the shortest and range up to 15 seconds. I do this because the longer the shot, the more saturation in the colors is captured on the sensor. Plus, the images come out cleaner at ISO100, which requires longer exposures.

    This is only made possible by the fact that there was NO wind on the summit. Any wind means I bump the ISO, decrease the aperature to F8-F11 and hope it's still enough...

    Happy to answer any follow ups!

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!

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    Is someone going to try to get the full moon rising over Mt Washington tonight?
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    Shot at a local farmstand heading from Meredith towards Weirs Beach.

    I drove by this the other day and kept telling myself I need to go back and shoot it.


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    Here's the Sugar Bear Shack on Route 104 across from Lake Wickwas


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    Another of the Sugarshack


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    And 2 more from the farm stand, they have an old house next door where they bake cookies and all sorts of goodness.




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    You should have gotten some pie from that farm stand . We used to camp down the street from there and thier apple and blue berry pies are great. Your picture are great to.

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