Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H. is a beautiful natural location about 2 hours North of Boston, Massachusetts.
New Hampshire is replete with fresh water lakes. Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest. The lake is 9 1/2 miles wide and 28 miles long.
Camping, hiking, swimming, boating are only a few of the things you can do in this lovely location.
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I traveled to the Lake in November 2104. It was a cloudy day but I took a few interesting shots. I usually only do minor manipulation to my photos but, in this case, I used Photoshop to manipulate the shadows and highlights. I find the images a bit painting – like but …
I’m using the Canon 5D mkII now and like the results it produces, very much. But it still doesn’t beat film. ;-)
Ducks in a row on Weirs Beach, N.H. – Canon 5D MKII at 20mm, f8 at 1/250 at ISO 100
Gaza, N.H. – Canon 5D MKII at 20mm, f6.3 at 1/160 at ISO 100
View East from Weirs Beach N.H. – Canon 5D MKII at 20mm, f8 at 1/250 at ISO 100
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