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Windsor is the smallest town south of the White Mountains, but don’t let its size fool you! I found plenty of photographic opportunities! From lovely views of the distant mountains to the bob houses on Black Pond… The Windsor Mountain International Summer Camp has some very cool stone structures on its property… And I saw more […]

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Roxbury, a town of only 12.2 sq. miles and 229 residents as of the 2010 census, was a bit of a challenge this week. My first challenge was that it was only 9 degrees on the morning that I chose to tour Roxbury. I would have waited for a warmer day but I did promise […]

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Greenville is one of New Hampshire’s smallest towns at only 6.9 square miles. It is also the 3rd youngest town in New Hampshire. I was worried that I wouldn’t find enough to blog about, but, boy was I wrong! The center of town is rich in history with old mills, now repurposed for businesses and […]

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Steve and I got off to an early start to tour Antrim. I wanted to get to Greg Lake before the sun was fully up. I guess that is one good thing about winter, sunrise is at a reasonable hour. I had been to Greg Lake once before, about 5 years ago when a friend […]

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Surry is a very small town in the western part of New Hampshire, only 15.9 square miles. My husband, Steve, has decided that he likes chauffeuring me on these trips. It gives us time together and makes the trip that much more enjoyable. Our first stop was at the Surry Mountain Lake Dam. The dam was […]

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Usually, I have a very hard time embracing “stick season” (the time of year between wonderful fall foliage and the quiet beauty of a newly fallen snow), but this weeks trip to Nelson almost made me forget what time of year it is.  I, once again, had the pleasure of being joined by my husband, Steve, […]

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This weeks trip was to the town of Temple. Although Temple isn’t a large town, don’t let that fool you into driving thru it to go to somewhere else. Take the time to check out all of the views and  scenery on the side roads. This week, I tried out a new app on my […]

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This weekend I went for a ride to Canterbury (exit 18 off Rt 93) with my husband. It was great to get out and shoot with him. Most of the time, I am “touring NH” by myself. When I am driving by and slam on the brakes because something has caught my eye, I have to wait until I […]

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Hancock is a historic town, with plenty of photography opportunities. The town was settled in 1764 and was named Hancock in 1779 in honor of John Hancock. The town offices are housed in the old school building… And, yes, the small building in the foreground in the Police Department. I parked behind the post office and […]

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I know I said that I was going to do part 2 of Peterborough this week, but I decided to wait and do part 2 as the last post about my New Hampshire tour. It made sense to me that since I started here, I should end here and bring my blog full circle…starting and […]

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