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    Default a hike through Zealand to Shoal Pond

    nature photography of the White Mountains
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    Wow !! Awesome shots. Don't you just love the Gray Jays?
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    Great shots Patrick! Thanks.
    Bob

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    That's over forty degrees
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    Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!

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    Thank you Patrick for making Autumn very special for me with your pictures!

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    Sorry Patrick, I was one of the "tourists" up there this past weekend. Though I've been there so many times I really don't consider myself one. I went up for the Fryburg fair, usually we go up this coming weekend after the crowds, it's more my speed. It Was WAY too crowded up there, everything was packed. I'm glad that I have learned most of the backroads, it was easier to get around.

    Your pictures are absolutely amazing as usual...

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    Hey, there's absolutely nothing wrong with being a tourist. Don't we all like to see new places? I'm glad we have a healthy tourism industry. But it is nice to escape the crowds for a while.

    Glad you had a great time
    nature photography of the White Mountains
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