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The Hiker

In New Hampshire, White Mountains by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I’ve been working on images from my family vacation in the White Mountains last month. Thought this one (among others) was worth sharing — a random hiker making her way along Franconia Ridge. Based on the time stamp (10:15AM) and the terrain, my best guess is that the hiker is making her way from Little …

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Mt Lincoln Summit

In Uncategorized, White Mountains by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Here is another shot from last Friday’s epic hike on the Franconia Ridge Loop. It is a view of Mt Lincoln’s summit under a passing canopy of gorgeous clouds. Those little sticks at the top are people. There were a lot of them on the trail that day. All very friendly and as much in …

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St Matthew’s Chapel

In New Hampshire, White Mountains by Robert Lussier2 Comments

The Lupines have, undoubtedly, faded by now. But here is one more shot from my visit to The Lupine Festival at Sugar Hill, New Hampshire a couple of weeks back. Technically speaking, this isn’t really from the Lupine Festival. The Lupine Festival is held about a quarter mile from on an expansive hilltop field that …

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Lupines and Dew

In landscape, White Mountains by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I mentioned in my last post that the “good light” was allusive during my trip to Sugar Hill this past weekend. I didn’t mean to imply that there was no magic light at all, or that shooting conditions were a total bust. They weren’t. It was just my timing that was a bit off. I …

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White Mountain Rain

In White Mountains by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I spent the weekend in the White Mountains. My main reason for the trip was to photograph the Lupines at Sugar Hill. Lupines are bloom in the spring and, although I think thy are more of a ween than a flower, they make a great photographic subject. And a popular one. I got to Sugar …