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Old 05-20-2013   #1
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Presidential Traverse, NH

Hey, here are some shots with my Zeiss Ikon SW and the 12mm Heliar on some Ektar 100. We started the traverse from Pine Link at 5pm Friday and finished Sunday 11pm at Webster !

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Old 05-20-2013   #2
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Great sense of location in these images ... thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-20-2013   #3
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I've never used the 12mm hiking but I did try the 15mm once, with much less good effect than you. Nice pictures with a very different view than one usually sees in mountain/hiking photos.

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Old 05-20-2013   #4
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Wow, fine shots...the 12mm lens is quite good at it...thought it would have much more distotions...!!!

Congrats on your trip, it looks you had a fantastic time!!!

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really nice shots, I like them all, #4, #12 and #14 are perhaps my favourites. Thanks for sharing them
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Old 05-21-2013   #6
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Thanks ! It was indeed a fantastic trip, that range is simply amazing !
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that range is simply amazing !
Indeed. I've been around a lot of that territory, great time of year for it! Love the 12 in this situation.
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6 and 10 are my favorites! Thanks for sharing
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What route did you take? What hut is that in #5?

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