Random Scenic Shots

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slowlane

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Wow. I love those wide open spaces you guys out west are blessed with. Where I am in NH, which is beautiful in its own way, you practically have to hike up a mountain to get a panoramic view. Anyway, here are a few shots from a foggy morning drive last summer.
A pond off Hwy 25-A
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Looking over one of the countless overgrown rock walls that cover this part of New England.
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A row of old sugar maples along the road where a farm likely once stood.
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AngryRedBird

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Image: South East Side of the Rockies

From our "20 years in 10 days" Summer Travel (2014) Maryland to Colorado and back.
 

slowlane

Observer
From the top of Mount Moosilauke in NH.
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Almost at the summit.
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Looking East toward the White Mountains and the Presidential Range. Mount Washington is on the far right.
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wreckdiver1321

Overlander
Got a few more :)

Outside of Red Lodge, in south-central Montana.





Found a good spot to stop for lunch.





This is from the amazingly scenic Holland Lake in the Seeley-Swan Valley in northern Montana.



And this is Flathead Lake in northern Montana.



Getting some good use out of my new 24-120 f/4 :D
 

WininUtah

Adventurer
Took a ride to Parowan, UT and up Left Hand Canyon for a bit. I wanted to show a friend a bit of the area, stopped at the Parowan Gap Petroglyph site, too. This area has some great Geology and the road takes you to Yankee Meadow for camping or fishing.

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