New Hampshire (gasp) images

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Utah Baker
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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16233Post Utah Baker
Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:18 am

Oh Carol, I absolutely love these! Especially those two of Ashfield, they really draw you in. I could stare at them for hours. :shock:


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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16234Post FlyMeToTheMoon
Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:30 am

These photographs are beautiful. I absolutely can't wait to get our last kid in college so we can make our first trip to Vermont in 2013. It is so much fun watching the postings this fall to help me plan our trip for next fall. Can't wait.

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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16235Post lirwin13
Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:28 am

Beautiful pictures! I'll have to take your idea to start at 175 in Ashfield and head north. I'm pretty sure I know where that red barn/reflection is, but I've never tried to take pictures there. Something tells me I won't make it all the way to VT if the colors are this good in NH!

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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16263Post courtmel
Sat Oct 06, 2012 8:28 am

Carol-I am sitting here w/my mouth hanging open. Those pics in NH (gasp) are well, picture perfect. I would paid to get a copy of the one w/the house reflecting in the water. Beautiful, just beautiful. Unfortunately, we are home already. Hubby took got sick Thursday evening, started running a fever of 102, aches and pains. It took all he had to drive us home. Of course I offered to drive but that would have made him even worse. He is a professional driver and a MAN so do I have to say any more? You are going too slow, too fast, why are you following so close.....URGH. The colors were beautiful; what we couldd glimpse of them between the rain. Friday was the day but I noticed alot of leaf drop. Here we have a great foliage year and it rains cats and dogs. Oh well...So happy you got some great pics.

suebot in CT (w/a sick hubby) what a baby LOL :roll:
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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16265Post autzig
Sat Oct 06, 2012 8:55 am

Carol, great shots! You've found some great locations and made some really nice photographs. They are really "pro" quality.

Al


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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16269Post lirwin13
Sat Oct 06, 2012 11:04 am

You're right, those Vermont colors are stunning! I'm leaving early tomorrow morning, so I'll have to see where I end up!

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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16273Post Andy
Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:16 pm

Well, I am home. Left at 6 a.m. Saturday and have been on the road and in the hotel since. Will be interesting to get a chance to look at my images on a good monitor - Looking at these on a good monitor now and have to agree with All. Nicely done!
Andy

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Re: New Hampshire (gasp) images

Post: # 16276Post ctyanky
Sat Oct 06, 2012 4:07 pm

Love the photo of the couple walking down the road with the brilliant colors ahead of them. Great job Carol! As always of course!


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