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Favorite 10 Images of 2012

Sunset from Middle Sister Mountain in Albany, New Hampshire USA during the summer months (Erin Paul Donovan | ScenicNH.com Photography)
 Mount Chocorua Scenic Area – Albany, New Hampshire
 

Favorite 10 images of 2012 – Another year is gone! Where does the time go? It has been an interesting year here in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The weather patterns have been crazy and as I reflect on the year that is what stands out most. I spent many days shooting in the rain and in bad weather this year, but overall it has been a very successful and enjoyable year. Here are my ten favorite images from 2012. You can see a larger preview of any image by clicking on it. Hope you enjoy them and feel free to comment. 

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Top 10 images of 2011

Franconia Notch State Park - Cannon Mountain with Echo Lake in the foreground during the spring months in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA (Erin Paul Donovan/Erin Paul Donovan | ScenicNH.com Photography)
Cannon Mountain – Franconia, NH 
 

Top 10 images of 2011 – Hard to believe another year is gone! Where does the time go? I decided on a pretty radical plan for 2011 with much of my focus on the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The outcome has been very positive and after ten years of visiting one location over and over, I finally walked away with an image I am happy with! Yes its included! Though much my photography work is done deep in the forests of the mountains, my favorites this year are of known locations. I am not sure if any of these images are stand outs, but they are my favorite ones for today. Let me know what you think?

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Top 10 2010 White Mountains Photos

(Number 1) Lost Pond – White Mountains, NH
 

It's hard to pick only ten images to represent a year, but I think I managed. Since most of my focus and projects were in the White Mountains, I decided to only include imagery from the mountains.

1) Pinkham Notch  – Lost Pond on the side the Appalachian Trail. The reflection of Mount Washington and Huntington Ravine are excellent and worth a early morning visit.

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