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New Hampshire Seacoast Favorites
November 28, 2019

At least once a month, I take a trip up to the New Hampshire Seacoast.  Though it's only 13 miles long, the views and photo subjects are spectacular.  Portsmouth is a favorite small city - I find something new every time visit.  Here are  a few favorites pics from the past...

Glacial Potholes and a Flower Bridge
August 6, 2019

Today I got up early on a vacation day and traveled to Shelburne Falls in Western, Massachusetts.  I've been there before with my brother and sister-in-law in previous summers to swim at the Glacial Potholes.  It's no longer allowed, but I managed to sneak down to a side trail to the rocks, and somehow didn't get arrested.  Later I walked along the famous "Bridge of Flowers" to take these pics.  All shot with my D7500. ...

Kancamangus Highway and Cannon Mountain, July '19
July 14, 2019

This July I took an early morning ride up to New Hampshire's White Mountains. After getting a cup of coffee in Lincoln, I drove the 34-mile Kancamangus Highway, which had some great spots to take photos of the mountain ridges in the early morning sun. Later, after getting a few pics of the trains in Conway, I drove back across the Kancamangus to Franconia Notch and took the tram up Cannon Mountain. I hope you enjoy the pics, all taken with my...

Bridges and Thin Ice, Dec. '18
December 27, 2018

I took advantage of the holiday break today to drive out to Concord. My goal was to photograph the bridges over the Concord and Sudbury rivers. The light seemed right for black and white photos, and I also got some nice closeups of thin ice along the river banks. In some cases the ice edges looked almost fluorescent. I also grabbed a couple pics of some aging farm stands along the Battle Road. For these I used my trusty...

Essex and Wingaersheek Beach, Nov. '18
November 24, 2018

Here are some photos from today's trip to the North Shore.  Essex and Wingaersheek are two of my favorites.  I shot these with my D5500 right near the Essex Shipbuilding Museum and on the tidal flats at Wingaersheek.  What a difference a tripod...

Moody Street and Charles River, Waltham, MA Nov. '18
November 21, 2018

This part of Waltham started to enjoy a rejuvenation back in the 90s, and it has held on with some improvements to the river walk and stores and restaurants along Moody Street.  It looks a lot different than it did back in the 70s and 80s when all seemed to be falling apart.  On this cold day I took along my RX100 and D5500 to capture some photos during the short...

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