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    A view of Crawford Notch with a storm only minutes away.



    And a different view of Mt Washington at sunrise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    After the sunset dinner on Sunday (without the sunset that night) as I passed the N Conway train station I saw this sight.

    Nice pic Brad. Hope you don't mind, but I took the liberty of returning the sunset you missed because of the clouds.

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    Brad,

    I love the shot of the train tracks in Crawford Notch with the storm brewing. Very, very nice! All of them are great, but that is my favorite!

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    Brad, I agree with Karl. The photo of the train tracks is my favorite too.

    Mark, The new photo of the train station looks great with the sunrise behind it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Miser View Post
    Brad, I agree with Karl. The photo of the train tracks is my favorite too.

    Mark, The new photo of the train station looks great with the sunrise behind it.
    Brad,that's my favorite shot too.It has an eerie quality to it; so you can almost feel the wind about to buffet you and the raindrops hit your face.

    Mark,really like the lighting in your photo.

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    Mark, a very cool shot. Funny we took them in almost the exact same spot.

    On the train tracks picture, I had driven north through Franconia Notch heading for route 2. But, the radar map showed the storm being real close so I headed east on route 302 instead. As I was getting in the car after taking that photo the rain started.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Mark, a very cool shot. Funny we took them in almost the exact same spot.

    On the train tracks picture, I had driven north through Franconia Notch heading for route 2. But, the radar map showed the storm being real close so I headed east on route 302 instead. As I was getting in the car after taking that photo the rain started.
    I didn't take the shot. You did. I just Photoshopped in the sunset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    I didn't take the shot. You did. I just Photoshopped in the sunset.
    LOL, got me.

    Here is a Summit Sunset Scene



    and the setting sun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post

    Wow, very nice. Filtered or no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    Wow, very nice. Filtered or no?
    No filter. I only own one polarizing filter for one of my lens and never use it. It was shot at 150mm, ISO 200, f/5, and 1/2000th of a second. It was about 40 MPH winds and I had to shoot fast.
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