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Colebrook, New Hampshire

So I was up at Colebrook recently visiting Russ' Dad's place. It was a 5 hour drive from Boston but Russ's pickup was pretty comfortable. I was hoping to get some great pictures of the foliage. But the weather for the most part was wet and dreary and the light kept changing constantly. And, of course, there had also been a moderate amount of leaf drop.

Here are some photographs from our trip. They were all shot hand held using a Nikon D70 set to automatic white balancing with high color saturation. Click each picture for a larger version.

Let's get started...
Manual, 1/160 secs, F5.6, ISO 400, Fill Flash

The views were spectacular!
Manual, 1/125 secs, F8, ISO 200

The woods were lovely, dark and deep.
Shutter Priority, 1/125 secs, F4.5, ISO 400

Nothing like a good old trout stream to add some reassuring background murmur.
Aperture Priority, 1/125 secs, F8, ISO 400

I took a few shots.
Manual, 1/125 secs, F5.6, ISO 800

And so did the occasional grouse that had the audacity …