Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Flume Brook, Dixville Notch, New Hampshire

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25 comments:

  1. what a great shot!!

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  2. Water must running quite strong ! something to wash my feet, they need it !

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  3. Beautiful scenery. Cold water I bet. :)

    In reference to your comment Sandhill Cranes are very common in pairs and also in large grazing flocks.

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  4. What a nice shot. Very serene.

    Thanks for stopping by my site!

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  5. This really is such a great photo! Lots of colors, textures and depth. Thanks for stopping by my WW!

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  6. Give me a book and a chair and I'm all set. That is one peaceful looking spot!

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  7. Oh that's beautiful. A friend has recommended we go hiking in there. I think we'll take him up on that.

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  8. Ooh! Pretty! I love waterfalls, bit & small.

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  9. Looks like a very nice place, with the forest and water. It actually reminds me of the trail in Henry Cowell (Fall Creek) Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains - I visited on Monday, and will eventually get around to posting about it. It's interesting to note how two very different environments can sometimes look similar.

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  10. Thanks for visiting.
    This is a beautiful photo, a very idyllic place.

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  11. That's very beautiful. Thanks for bringing one piece of New England back to another (Connecticut).

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  12. That sure looks cool and refreshing on a hot summer day!

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  13. This is beautiful and so refreshing.

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  14. That is absolutely gorgeous...I can just see a nice picnic basket and some people soaking their feet!

    Please don't be concerned about this stupid cold, Alan is going to stay home tomorrow too, and I had a great nap this afternoon. Maybe tomorrow...Solid Food!

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  15. This is gorgeous, beautiful is not a strong enough word.

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  16. Beautiful shot. We visited NH in july and found it very pretty and interesting.

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  17. great shot! so refreshing too.

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  18. Fantastic photo! Really stunningly pretty scene!

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  19. What a beautiful picture! Thanks for sharing it!

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  20. How gorgeous, I wish I were there right this minute, all alone, just listening to the sound of the waterfall and the birds, my feet in the cool water...aaaah! Lovely!

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  21. that is so gorgeous thanks for sharing

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  22. Beautiful!!!
    (the computer room kept me away from the pc yesterday, but it's all cleaned up, painted and organized today :D )

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