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    Default A day trip up north...

    School has been VERY busy since new years...and I've not been out and about much. I finally had a weekend free, and despite a mild cold, I was determined to get up north...

    Shot in Plymouth, Franconia, Sugar Hill and Meredith on a two day round trip...here's some shots...
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    Ice at Livermore Falls...
    With the lack of snow, and the rise and fall of the river recently, the ice formations were artistic and numerous!


    Sunset at Coffin Pond
    This great view is only available in winter, or from a boat, but is roadside in Franconia/Sugar Hill. Twenty second exposure to crank the saturation!


    Alpenglow on Mount Washington...
    A classic vantage from Sugar Hill, NH after the sun was down...the clouds lit up intensely!


    Ice Fishing on the Lake
    Stopped by Meredith on the way home and found some need compositions in the glasslike ice. Strange to see it un-snow-covered?!


    I'll be getting out a bit more in the coming weeks...can only hope for as much light and luck!

    Enjoy!
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    Very nice photos from your two day round trip! I really like the one from Sugar Hill. I saw it in the Photo Journal earlier. Nice blog too. Thanks for sharing.
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    very very nice Jim
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    Great shots Jim.

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    Jim, excuse me if I am mistaken, I have been away for a while on my own projects. I believe I came across a wonderful photo of the Southern Presidentials with your name in the credits. If so, a spectacular shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laudizen View Post
    Jim, excuse me if I am mistaken, I have been away for a while on my own projects. I believe I came across a wonderful photo of the Southern Presidentials with your name in the credits. If so, a spectacular shot.
    Could be mine...I've taken a few nice ones 'down there'. Might you know where you found it?

    Hope all's well with your recent endevours!
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    Amazing stuff as always Jim. I've got to find a way to get up to Sugar Hill. Looks like there are amazing views to be found there in every season!
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    Hey Jim,

    Beautiful images, as usual! Nice to see nice fresh stuff. I could spot your work from a mile, which is cool.

    The scenics are eye candy, but that image of the ice chandeliers is awesome! Very hard to find, compose and capture like that.

    Thanks for posting
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    Thank you Jim for your increadibly beautiful pics.

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    Simply stunning, Jim!

    Although Mother Nature created the original work of art entitled "Ice at Livermore Falls", your photographic capture of this creation a masterful piece of art unto itself.
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