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Monday, 31-Oct-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mount Garfield - Summer 2005

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Photo 1: Franconia Ridge from the top of Mt. Garfield. Garfield was buried in clouds when we arrived but cleared out nicely.

Photo 2: Looking toward Mt. Washington from Garfield. The wooden structure is the remnants of a fire tower on the top of the mountain.

Photo 3: Me, my dad and Mike on the top of Garfield. (Taken by a fellow hiker)

Photo 4: Mike with Franconia Ridge in the background (and marshmallow fluff on his mouth!)

Photo 5: Franconia Ridge with Mts. Lafayette, Lincoln, Liberty and Flume from right to left.

Photo 6: The Old Man On The Mountain! No, but this rock formation was near the summit of Garfield. Not sure what that pointy mountain in the background is.

One sad note about this bunch, I'm 90% sure CVS ruined this batch of photos with its processing. Most of them were very very white and bled out, especially at the edges. I did everything I could with Photoshop to salvage these few.


Friday, 10-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mount Flume and Liberty - July, 2004

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The following photos were all taken during a July, 2004 hiking trip up Mount Flume and Mount Liberty, both of which are in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire. My best friend and roommate Mike accompanied me on this trip, and while he feared I would get us killed, we made it through (relatively) unscathed. The route up the Flume Slide Trail to Mt. Flume was, admittedly, brutal hiking/climbing.

Photo 1: Mt. Flume from Mt. Liberty. You can see how the top of the mountain suffered a rock slide in its very distant past, hence the name, Flume Slide Trail. You can also see how steep it is.

Photo 2: Same as above, without the perspective of the two strangers.

Photo 3: Mount Lincoln from the top of Mt. Liberty. Lincoln is part of the more famous (and, truthfully, prettier) stretch of Franconia Ridge, of which I posted pictures previously.

Photo 4: Me (and Mt. Lincoln) from the top of Mt. Flume (taken by Michael Ruggiero)

Photo 5: Mike (and Mt. Lincoln) from the top of Mt. Flume.

Photo 6: Mike and I from the top of Mt. Liberty. Ed. Note. I'm usually money when taking these self-shots by holding the camera out in front of me, but clearly dropped the ball here as evidenced by my half-face.

Photo 7: Cannon Mountain and Mt. Lincoln from the top of Mt. Liberty. From this angle, you'd never know Interstate-93 runs between the two, about 5,000 feet below; and, really, why would you want to?

Photo 8: Cannon Mountain from the top of Mt. Liberty. Probably the best shot here.


Thursday, 9-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Boston - Summer 2004

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Photo 1: I've always wanted to lie on the grass in Copley Square and take a photo of the Hancock Tower, so I guess I can cross that off my life's list of things to do. It came out pretty neat too.

Photo 2: Perhaps, my favorite of the bunch. I think this was lucky more than good photography skills.

Photo 3: Copley Square shortly before dusk, and a Fountains of Wayne show. It's almost a good photo.


Tuesday, 18-Nov-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Autumn

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I pass this tree everyday.


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