Traveling Around New Hampshire

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ham whiteNew Hampshire has the shortest seacoast of any coastal state in the U.S. There are many wonderful things to see and do in this state which includes the beautiful White Mountains. There are lovely ocean and lake beaches. The beauty of nature in any season.

ham cog Mt. Washington Cog Railway is the easiest way to get to the top of Mount Washington which is the highest elevation in the northern Appalachians. This was the first cog railway of its kind in the world back in 1869. At the top, you’ll find the Sherman Adams Visitors Center with a small museum, a cafeteria,

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and the Mount Washington Observatory. This research station studies extreme weather conditions. From the Pinkham Notch side of the mountain, you can drive up the six-and-a-quarter-mile-long Mount Washington Auto Road or ride a van operated from Great Glen Trails. Those who want to climb have a choice…

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My Photo Essay for Dray 0308

Live Free 2 Sail Fast

Merry Christmas from my family to yours on this Christmas Eve.  In going through comments, I noted that Dray 0308 loved his trip to the BVI, so I decided to do a random photo essay of the BVI just for Dray 0308, of the Dream Big Dream Often blog.

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Monochrome Monday – Black and White Photography (43)

Meg Sorick, Author/Artist

This week’s theme for Cee’s Black and White Challenge is ‘things with engines or motors.’

Double decker bus:

Trailer of Teslas:

Truckin’:

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Photography 101: Image Previsualisation

Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

Stephen F. Dennstedt

I like to think of my photography as a creative art form. I am more interested in the aesthetic of photography than I am the technical aspects of photography. But I know photographers who base their work on the latest technical techniques.

And some of their work is very artistic indeed and well thought out. Astrophotography (a relatively new genre in photography) immediately comes to mind and techniques like compositing, exposure and focus stacking are also in vogue today.

Previsualisation (seeing a final outcome in your head before it happens) is almost de rigueur for this kind of photography. I have a very hard time doing this because it sets me up for failure. As a child I had a modest artistic talent compared to my peers—it was both a gift and a curse. For the interested few you can find more details on the biography page of…

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Tutoring and Pictures

Art is pretty subjective, isn’t it? I think anything you put your mind to, and are able to step back and say “that is awesome”, constitutes as art. Because, beauty truly is in…

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Fun Foto Challenge: Teal, Aqua, Seafoam, Or Turquoise

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This week’s Fun Foto Challenge from Cee’s Photography is for the topic:

TEAL, AQUA, SEAFOAM, OR TURQUOISE

Here’s my take on it:

My songs of the day are:

“Different Shades Of Blue” by Joe Bonamassa

”Tomorrow The Green Grass” by The Jayhawks

”Suite; Judy Blue Eyes” by Crosby, Stills, & Nash

”All The World Is Green” by Tom Waits

”Blues Before And After” by The Smithereens

”Green” by The Dandy Warhols

“Blue Blue Ocean” by Echo & Yhe Bunnymen

”Fiddler’s Green” by The Tragically Hip

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“Europe part 8…Brussels to home…”

Emma & Nathan's Travels

Day 9…Friday 17th June

We had had our last day in Europe so it was time to head home. No without a few pit stops on the way though!IMG_5557IMG_5561Another gem from my ‘100 wonders of the world’ book is the Atomium, which we passed on our way out of Brussels. Located on the Heysel Plateau, this towering structure was built in 1958 as part of Brussels World Fair and is now a museum with escalators joining the atoms and views over the city. It was closed as we exited the city but considering how much I loved Brussels, I’m sure we will be back.IMG_5563IMG_5598We stopped in Ypres, France to visit the Flanders Field Museum. When I was in year 11 at school, I was lucky enough to come here as part of a school trip. The building itself was just as beautiful as I recall, but the exhibition…

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The Old Guy … Images of Russell County Kentucky … #95

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Images Of Russell County...

Soft Landing … Jamestown

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Next Week Or So … Something along the same line or something current … 

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