New Hampshire … Parting Shots


Here are a few last scenic images from my trip to New Hampshire. On our last day just before heading back to our hotel for the last time, we received a heart-warming gift … a rainbow over the distant Presidential Range. Winding around a curve on Bear Notch Road we were immediately struck with the rainbow before us. We spent some time there photographing the changing clouds and rainbow intensity. We had fun watching the other tourists make the same discovery, all slowing down and turning into the same overlook. ‘Oooohs’ and ‘ahhhhs’ floated through the wind as we watched the dark clouds bestowing rain and rainbow in the distance. What a great way to end the trip!

'Rainbow Over the Presidential Range' © Denise Bush

'Kancamagus Overlook' © Denise Bush

'Frankenstein Cliff' © Denise Bush

'Winter Prelude' © Denise Bush

5 Responses to “New Hampshire … Parting Shots”

  1. I really like the rainbow shot, great balance and color with the sky and clouds.

  2. Lovely!!

  3. Highly energetic post, I liked that a lot. Will there be a
    part 2?

    • 4 denisebushphoto

      Thanks for visiting my blog and posting a comment! The ‘New Hampshire … Parting Shots’ post you commented on was from a trip I took in October of 2010. The post was from Nov. 2010. I usually don’t go back to old works for a ‘part 2’ however I do post new works on an average of 2x a month. If you are interested, you can sign up for the email subscription and you will get a notice when there is a new post. I have some images I am excited about from November phototrips to Cape Cod, MA and Cincoteague, VA.

      • 5 denisebushphoto

        PS — Get to the most recent pots by clicking the big ‘Denise Bush’s Photo Blog’ in the grey bar at the very top!

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