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Mt Washington

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Sugar Hill, New Hampshire is best known as the site of the annual Spring Lupine Festival which draws photographers from all over the area (I’ll be back this year, for sure). But year round, Sugar Hill offers a gorgeous view of the White Mountains, including this view of Mt. Washington. Related Images:

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On the Top of the World

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Here is a shot from last summer’s hike along Franconia Ridge — My hiking companions, (left to right) my son John, his girlfriend Amanda, and my son Ryan. Of all the images I shot on that hike, this one best illustrates the feeling of standing on that ridge, overlooking the White Mountains. My son John …

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Pemi Pano

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Another shot from my very fun trip to the White Mountains last week. This one is from my short trek along the Pemigewassett River in Franconia Notch. It is a 5 frame panorama looking up and down the river. To see a larger version of it click the image below. Related Images:

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Winter Fury

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I spent Monday and Tuesday of this week in the White Mountains hoping for a repeat of the incredibly gorgeous weather conditions that I encountered in that area back in January. I did my due diligence. I checked the forecast — sun, clouds, sun, chance of snow. Maybe some magic would happen, I thought. And …

Beaver Brook Cascades

In 16-35mm f3.5, landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

Here is a reboot of an image taken last summer at Beaver Brook Cascades in the White Mountains. It is the latest in my ongoing effort to improve my black and white processing — a challenging and fun exercise.   Related Images:

Sabbaday

In landscape, New Hampshire, White Mountains by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I spent a little time in New Hampshire last week. Too little time, actually. But in the one full day I was there I did get a good deal of shooting in. In spite of the initial rain my son and I decided to drive the Kancamagus Highway, which runs between Lincoln and Conway, NH, cutting …