Power Status

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This autumn has been unusual here in New England; until last week, it had been unusually warm – and because we still hadn’t had a killing frost, many trees were still full of leaves. Then came Saturday’s Nor’easter. That, too, was unusual in that it dumped snow on a region that doesn’t normally experience measurable accumulation … Continued

Crazy Weather

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One of these things doesn’t belong… That’s right…you’re seeing begonias and snow. Here in Southern New Hampshire, we’ve yet to experience a killing frost, which means my begonias and their siblings in my gardens are still blooming away. Yet last night, an early snow began to fall. Never have I seen a sight like the … Continued

Roots

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A lot of people are partial to one Bible translation over all others. Given the choice, it’s the “go to” version they prefer to read. My dad was that way…for him, it was King James all the way. I tend to skip around a bit. The Bible I use for study is an NIV (1984) … Continued

Up, Up and Away

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I had the opportunity over the weekend to take to the skies with my camera. Flying out of Laconia, NH in a Cessna 172S “Skyhawk,” I had a birds’ eye view of the Lakes Region of the state. This being my first aerial photography flight, I appreciated the assistance from my wonderful pilot, Staci. Accustomed … Continued

Tips Along The Way

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I was working on location at the shores of lovely Crystal Lake in Eaton, NH a few days ago and got to chatting with another photographer who stopped by. Visiting from Maryland, this was the third time he and his wife had been to New Hampshire. We got talking about equipment, the extremely wet season we’ve had … Continued

On a Clear Day, You Can See 120 Miles…

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Okay, so that’s a little bit of a departure from the actual song lyrics. But it happened to be true the other day as visibility at the top of New Hampshire’s tallest peak, Mt. Washington, was spectacular. (It’s much more common for the summit to be obscured…) Here’s what it looked like from the ground.

New Hampshire’s Beautiful Fall Foliage

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Autumn in New Hampshire is truly something to behold. Though I’ve seen lovely, colorful landscapes elsewhere (the southern portion of the Blue Ridge Highway is a favorite), when it’s all said and done, for me there’s no place like the mountains right here in my own “back yard.” I spent a few days in the … Continued

More From New Hampshire’s Great North Woods Region

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I thought you might enjoy seeing a little more from the foliage “show” that’s already well underway in the northernmost part of New Hampshire. These two images were taken between the towns of Colebrook and Pittsburg last week. As you can see, it’s farm country – but there’s also quite a bit of forested land. … Continued

Beaver Brook Falls, New Hampshire

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As promised, I’m sharing a few more shots from my shoot up at the northern tip of New Hampshire…known as the Great North Woods Region in Coos County. One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state is located just north of the town of Colebrook. My husband and I discovered it a number of … Continued