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The Lost River and Flume Gorges

dbmiller

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Uploaded a set of pictures from this weekend. All were taken with the Sigma 19mm on the 5n.

The Lost River and Flume Gorges

They didn't go into the album in the order I wanted, but that's okay...

Pic #1 of 7: Evening vista from the Flume Gorge Visitor Center, Mount Liberty, Lincoln, NH. Image is a 4-EV HDR
Pic #2 of 7: Top of the Flume
Pic #3 of 7: 100% crop of next picture
Pic #4 of 7: The Flume Gorge
Pic #5 of 7: Along the trail leading up to the Flume Gorge
Pic #6 of 7: One of about six rainbows we saw that day. Scattered thunderstorms along the way home made for great rainbow conditions.
Pic #7 of 7: The "Lost River" in North Woodstock, NH

Not a lot of water at this point of the year, and also due to the very dry past few seasons.
 

Bimjo

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Those are very nice db.

Almost makes me want to pick up that lens. Almost. I'm in love with legacy lenses at the moment, but that could change at the drop of a hat. ;)
 

Dioptrick

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Wonderful place! The wooden walkways built into the rock walls are straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure! :)

I really like the shot with the blurred walkers and a lady shooting a flash directly at you. The blurred movement gave the whole composition a dynamic feel, and gave it a sense of scale too. The flash also created a starburst, giving an element of sparkle in an otherwise dim environment. That's a really great shot db!
 

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