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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    I love the B&W. Definitely captures the essence of the old bridge...
    Just as Mark said, B&W number 1
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    I've driven through that town many times on my weekly trips to MWO. It's interesting how little snow that region of NH gets. The mountains to the south and east provide a "rain" shadow during most nor'easters. The Extreme Weather book by Burt lists Monroe, just a few miles north of Bath as the driest location in the state. Average precip is 36". And only a few dozen miles from the wettest location of Mount Washington with over 100" of liquid.
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    I too really like the b/w. To me it brings out the wood grain and knots better. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    I've driven through that town many times on my weekly trips to MWO. It's interesting how little snow that region of NH gets. The mountains to the south and east provide a "rain" shadow during most nor'easters. The Extreme Weather book by Burt lists Monroe, just a few miles north of Bath as the driest location in the state. Average precip is 36". And only a few dozen miles from the wettest location of Mount Washington with over 100" of liquid.
    And my sister lives nearby in Grantham - they get dumped with snow.
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    My contribution to the thread ... surprised I was able to locate the photo. Looks like December 2004 was my visit.
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