Monday, September 25, 2006

Reservoir Pipers

Reservoir Pipers, originally uploaded by tollerSCREAM.

If you ever find yourself in New Hampshire in the fall, you MUST check out the NH Highland Games! It is a wonderful event for the entire family!

Saturday, September 23, 2006

High Hopes -- Rained Upon

High Hopes -- Rained Upon, originally uploaded by StarrGazr.

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I was real excited about combining three loves today and all were washed away.

I had hoped t go to the NH High Hopes Family Fun Festival complete with hot air ballooon launches and the 10th Annual All-British "Show of Dreams" Car Show with the intent of participating and fining lots of great things to photograph.'s all a wash today as the big event of the day is rain. I think I'll just do laundry.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Madame Senator?

Madame Senator?, originally uploaded by mamabrarian.

One thing that people of New Hampshire take very seriously is their politics. So seriously, in fact, that they enjoy having fun with it. In many ways, NH is the last of the remants of the kind of government that made our country great. Town meetings are still very open and accessible and highly attended.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Mill in Dover, NH

AMR_0094, originally uploaded by fotocraz.

New Hampshire's rivers are lined with fabulous mill buildings left over from the Industrial Revolution and the textile industry that was birthed in the area. These mills were made so soundly that it would cost more to take these buildings down than to restore them. Thus many of these mills have been converted to condominiums, office spaces and retail locations.

They also beg to be photographed...especially at night.

Indian Head Resort

Indian Head Resort, originally uploaded by WhiteGoldWielder.

Fall in New Hampshire -- a little slice of Heaven on earth. How peaceful the mountains as you sit and watch the mornings' fog rise, echoed in the stillness of the water below.

Amoskeag Falls in Manchester, NH

, originally uploaded by Ed Karjala.

On of the fabulous photos of the NH Waterfalls Project.

Door Detail

Door Detail, originally uploaded by Darren Hewson.

New Hampshire is a place where the weather is oft changing. These changes keep life interesting while adding texture and colour to your life.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Amoskeag School

Amoskeag School, originally uploaded by yorkd.

This school helps you get a write start! ;)

Friday, September 08, 2006

Mt. Washington Cog Railway

the train, originally uploaded by DanC.

Autumn begins unnoticed ...

Autumn begins unnoticed ..., originally uploaded by 5-points.

Autumn begins unnoticed. Nights slowly lengthen,
and little by little, clear winds turn colder and colder, ...

Quoted from
Autumn Begins
Meng Hao-jan (689-740) China
Translator: David Hinton


Monarch, originally uploaded by Ben McLeod.

The skies of NH are filled with monarch butterflies in the late summer. This is only a small part of their great migratory pattern. Their travels are amazing as is watching them fly about our backyards and fields.

Corn Moon

Corn Moon 2, originally uploaded by Ed Karjala.

I see the moon and the moon sees me.

The moon was SO glorious last night.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Nothing Says NH Like "Cow Pie Bingo"!

Hudson, NH, where the high school, Alvirne, actually has its own cows who's lucious aroma oft fills the hallways, is the only town that I have seen that gets a kick out of where the cows will drop their...well, dropping. You can even put money on it! Who would have thought?

This photo was taken by Quenton Lewis at Hudson's Old Home Days 2006.

Welcome to the New Hampshire Photo Tour

-- from IntoTheLens - (?)

Please take a moment to see some of the great work from the people of and visitors to New Hampshire.

Friday, September 01, 2006

NH @ Play Group Project