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    Smile Alpine Flower Pics

    Just want to thank whomever put the link to the alpine flowers in the message today...it was fascinating!

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    They should be in full bloom this week, or atleast soon...

    I haven't seen them in a few years, but they are beautiful!!!

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    Thank you for the info, I love to photograph wild flowers from different angles...I always wanted to find a field of wildflowers but the closest I could find was off of route 10 in Keene NH but it was off a ramp off the highway and hard to photograph.


    Again thank you!
    Deb Sawyer

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    Default Fields of wildflowers...

    I think that the best fields of wildflowers I've ever seen were the lupines in Sugar Hill / Franconia area around this time. Should be peaking soon.

    Here's a website, if your in Keene, it's a bit of a hike, but well worth the drive IMO!

    http://www.franconianotch.org/lupine.festival.html

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    I love to photograph wild flowers from different angles...I always wanted to find a field of wildflowers but the closest I could find was off of route 10 in Keene NH but it was off a ramp off the highway and hard to photograph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiaoxiao33
    I love to photograph wild flowers from different angles...I always wanted to find a field of wildflowers but the closest I could find was off of route 10 in Keene NH but it was off a ramp off the highway and hard to photograph.
    hmmm...very first post happens to be link to a commercial florist website. Please read the Forum Rules And FAQs.

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