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    Quote Originally Posted by gpetrics View Post
    Thanks for starting this thread Jim. Fun to have an excuse to go through the shots and dig some keepers out. I shoot so much these days, it's easy to loose sight of the cream...


    Then came the summer... Most of my time I could afford for photography I devoted to an experimental photography project in VT that I hope to carry over into winter. Ergo I don't really have much stuff from the Whites. We did however bivoac in the Dry River Wilderness one night, and I got one keeper. Other than this one though I have little that holds a candle to all the great summer/fall photographs of the Whites out there, so I will generally defer to the skills of other photogs for summer shots (cough! JIM! COUGGGHH!)...


    Now THIS is a shot! Not to say that I don't love all your ski work, and your postings on http://www.famousinternetskiers.com, but this is amazing!

    We've got to make sure we connect this winter for a dawn hike up something silly!
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    I've tried... But, I don't think I'm uploading pictures correctly so, instead of looking like a big idiot. How about 5 pics from 2010.

    Thank you to everyone who has helped me work on my photography skills this year (you know who you are) and a big Thank You to everyone who has shared their top 10 of 2010. There are some really nice pictures/stories out there.

    Happy New Year!!

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    Very nice photos Karen!!! I especially like the church in B/W, and the fireworks. Were the fireworks in NYC or Boston?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Miser View Post
    Very nice photos Karen!!! I especially like the church in B/W, and the fireworks. Were the fireworks in NYC or Boston?
    Thanks Bob.
    Fireworks where taken in Boston. My first firework shots (sort of). Chris B and Brad gave me advice over 2 days prior to the 4th. I shot at Hampton Beach and Onset Ma then into Boston for the 4th. What a learning lesson, tripod, tripod, tripod.
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    Very nice Karen! My favorites are the A-Frame tree with rays, the Merrimack River scene and the beach scene. Wonderful light.

    Great shots Kathy and Bob. Good images and I'm sure good memories.

    I agree with Jim Greg's shot in Dry River. Beautiful light and color.

    I'm sure we're still going to be treated to more new photos as well. Keep 'em coming!
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    There has just been some incredible eye-candy here! Just outstanding shots by everyone, thank you for sharing them here, and thanks to Jim for pushing me to do this every year! I offer these dozen shots, all from New Hampshire:


    Powow River, Kingston, NH 1/20/2010


    Bondcliff as seen from the Summit of Owlshead 2/4/10 My 51st Birthday


    Raindrops and Pussywillows at Kingston State Park 3/31/10


    Bloodroot Sanguanaria canadensis 4/11/10


    Evans Notch 5/4/10


    Sunrise Powow River, Kingston, NH 6/22/10


    Red Spotted Newt Notophthalmus viridescens Still in its Eft form. 7/20/10


    Another Powow River Sunrise 8/18/10


    Sometimes We Fail to See the Beauty in the Simplest Things 9/9/10


    Emma on Mount Waumbek 10/16/10


    Fire and Ice Over Greenwood Pond, Kingston, NH 11/29/10


    Hanging with the Big Guns 12/5/10

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    Way to ring in the new year Kevin! I'd say that I'd already seen and enjoyed them all but somehow I missed the one from 9/9 - and it's my favorite. The title says it all. Happy New Year to you, Judy, Emma and the whole Talbot clan. It's going to be a great 2011. See you on a trail soon!

    BTW - did the name of that notch slip your mind?
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    So after lurking for a while I registered just to say how much I enjoy all these great photos.
    Happy trails,
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    Kevin I do like that Kevin's Notch photo. So simple and nice.

    I snagged a few nice shots last night at the Mt Washington Auto Road's fireworks so these just slipped in as 2010.

    After sunset and it was dark


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    Great pictures Bob!!! especially the Pinnacle in PA, thanks for sharing.
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