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    Went up Saturday January 3rd to climb the Kinsmans via Fishing Jimmy. On the way down we crossed over Lonesome Lake right as the sun was started to set. Here's a couple of shots:

    Franconia Ridge



    Looking back the Kinsmans



    Close up of Mt Lafayette


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    Oh yeah! Those are fantastic. This is a great 'short' hike and so beautiful in the winter. You got some great colors and clouds! Thanks for bringing back good memories...
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    I really Love the first two, I feel relaxed just looking at them.

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    Beautiful! Thanks for posting. Nice images
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    Very nice! I love lonesome lake and that view back at Franconia ridge.
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    Fantastic! All the pics are great but the first one is amazing. Just a wonderful combination of light and colors (and it doesn't hurt that it's of Franconia Ridge).
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    The timing was just about right. I think it got slightly better about 15 minutes later but we were already half way down Lonesome Lake trail and the views were through the trees. Times like that I wish I had my DSLR instead of my Panasonic point and shoot.

    We also met up with Cumulus and Gwynna from R.O.T. on the way down which was a treat.

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    Wonderful pictures I really like the 1st one as Mark said there is an excellent combination of light and colors. Thanks you for sharing.

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    hello all!
    i've a question and thought i'd ask the fabulous photographers that frequent this forum. many years back, i had a canon (film) slr and now use a canon powershot sd1000. i'm wanting to buy a digital slr...thinking again of a canon.
    i'd like it to have both automatic and manual capabilities and have been considering the canon rebel xsi. any thoughts or suggestions on that particular camera or any other?
    thanks!
    ck

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    Sweet images all.
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