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Crawford Notch Reflections
Photo By Randall Ayers

  • Title: Crawford Notch Reflections
  • State/Province/Region: New Hampshire
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: White Mts National Fotest
  • Nearest Town: Barlett
  • Brief Directions: Rt 302 East from N. Conway
  • Notes: Nice painterly landscape of reflection of Webster Cliffs from Fall Trip through New Englnd 2012 In early 90s when I was first learning photography was here on a similar kind of day, overcast drizzly, and tried a composition of the Notch and refection in this pond with a great reflection of the sky and washed out actual sky,I didn't know enough to the sky out of the frame of anything about split neutral density filters yet, I was just learning. I'd always thought about how I could have gotten a better chance If I went back again.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Little pond on the Saco River in Crawford Notch State Park
  • Gear: Sony A 900 2.8 70-200
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