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    Default Winter Photos from New Hampshire (February 2010)

    As some of you know, I was up in NH this past weekend, plus a few extra days. Locations include Diana's Baths, Silver Lake, and many other spots... Jim Salge and I rambled all over a large chunk of New Hampshire on Sunday, and that is when many of these photos were taken...












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    Ed

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    Very nice images Ed. Looks like you both had some great time. Thanks for sharing.

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    Ed,

    It was a lot of fun touring around with ya...we'll have to again when you come back up! Great series of shots...I love the one of you looking out of the ice cave...and this one from the lake. Mine didn't come out anywhere near this good from that location:
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    Very nice photos Ed. Thanks for sharing them with us!
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    Amazing photo's Ed! Great color and clarity

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    Just updated my blog with some of the spots and shots of that day:

    http://www.jimsalge.com/Blog/?p=125
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    Great shots Jim. The one of you sitting on Beaver Pond with all the snow blowing by is pretty cool.
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    Thanks for all the comments/compliments. I had fun taking the pictures, and am glad you're all enjoying them.

    Ed

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    Wow, those are all beautiful pictures.

    Ed, you are so lucky to be able to get up there so often. I takes me about 7 hrs, I'm guessing it take you about 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyC View Post
    Wow, those are all beautiful pictures.

    Ed, you are so lucky to be able to get up there so often. I takes me about 7 hrs, I'm guessing it take you about 9.
    Kathy, I did the 6 hour commute every weekend for 6 years from NY. If the urge is strong . . .
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