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    Very Nice photos, I really like the flowers' color.

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    Wow, everyone who has posted pics really have some great shots! I hope there is more to come!

    Bob - Love your photos. The Pinnacle looks like a great place to hang out. I really like your Bucks County shot too. However, my favorite is Mt. Washington from Mt. Webster. I recall this exact view being on Webster's summit, and I couldn't get a good shot like this. It's very nice.

    Karen - Awesome shots too. I love the first picture of the swans and the Merrimack River sunset. Really beautiful.

    Kevin - Your shots are amazing! I'm partial to the Powow River shots since I grew up around the Powow and it ran through my Dad's property (did a lot of fishing there, on a very secluded stretch way out in the woods). I really like the first shot of the river in the winter time. I think Bond Cliff from Owl's Head is great. I've never seen a pick of the cliff up this close. Usually, you see it from the Franconia Ridge...this looks like the same angle but much closer. I also like this because most picks you see from Owl's Head are woodsy, because most say it is viewless. Well, you captured a great view and a new perspective for me of Bond Cliff. I hope to one day hike out there! Your Evans Notch photo is simply beautiful too...one of my favorites.

    Brad - This may be a stupid question, but what is the first shot? It looks like lights along the autoroad...but I'm not sure??? The second shot of the fireworks are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSearl View Post
    Brad - This may be a stupid question, but what is the first shot? It looks like lights along the autoroad...but I'm not sure??? The second shot of the fireworks are great!

    Karl
    The first photo of the last two that were posted is from the Mt Washington Auto Road's lodge across route 16 looking at Mt Washington. The red light is a car's tail lights as it drove south on route 16. This was taken well after sunset.
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    I had a hard time picking only 10, but here they are...

    1. My first winter hike of Mt. Monadnock


    2. Chamberlain Falls on Mt. Monadnock


    3. Quechee Balloon Festival


    4. Garfield Falls


    5. Arethusa Falls


    6. A beautiful sunrise on Lake Umbagog


    7. 21st Annual Jaffrey Festival of Fireworks


    8. Flags on the 48 on Mt. Lafayette & Mt. Lincoln (looking to Lafayette from Lincoln)


    9. Mt. Washington Sunrise drive 7-25-10. I did see one very brief glimpse of blue sky while at the summit


    10. Conway scenic railroad in Crawford Notch on Willey Brook Bridge



    And one last one just for fun.... A self self self self self self portrait on Gap Mtn.

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    Great photos Adam! Love the "self self self self self self portrait on Gap Mtn".
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    Another great set of photos
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    There are way to many fantastic photos in here to pick any one. Thanks everybody for posting...

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    Beautiful pictures Adam.

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    I am new to this forum and found it by sheer accident, but I am SOOO glad that I did. What a fantastic group of photographs you all have. They are all wonderful but I'd there are a few that really make my jaw drop (with envy & admiration!): ow2010 - foggy forest, JimS - Chocorua Lake & fox, Brad - ice on the lake & icy sunrise, KDTalbot - willow & newt. I've never traveled out West but the photos that you guys have showcased here have really given me the wanderlust. Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver leaf mirror View Post
    I am new to this forum and found it by sheer accident, but I am SOOO glad that I did. What a fantastic group of photographs you all have. They are all wonderful but I'd there are a few that really make my jaw drop (with envy & admiration!): ow2010 - foggy forest, JimS - Chocorua Lake & fox, Brad - ice on the lake & icy sunrise, KDTalbot - willow & newt. I've never traveled out West but the photos that you guys have showcased here have really given me the wanderlust. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Silver Leaf, the majority of these photos are in the White Mountain national Forest or specifically right around Mt Washington in NH. That is our key love and where the Mt Washington Observatory is located. So, most of us are east coast folk.
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