Yesterday dawned cold and rainy; it was 38o and raining light when I arose.
By mid-morning the temperature had made it to about 40o but the rain had stopped and the fog began to thicken… perfect weather for some photography!
When I headed out to photograph after lunch, I could not see the couple of hundred yards across the lake by the boat launch… there was no hint of the far shore line just a wall of white!
I decided to make a loop of some of my favorite wetlands in Hancock and Stoddard. All of the photos shown are from Hancock; by the time I got to Stoddard there was not enough light remaining.
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Early March… Spring Break time for those of us, students and faculty alike, in higher education.
Many head south, not me… I spent most of the week in NH. However, I started the week photographically with a Sunday afternoon trip to Sachuest NWR to look for harlequin ducks. None were to be found.
Most of the rest of the week in NH was not particularly good for photography… the light was very flat gray and dreary for three days. Things began to look up photographically-speaking on Thursday and Friday when the fog set in! Nothing like fog to set a mood, so I headed out each afternoon.
Here are a dozen from the week:
Comments appreciated, as always.
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