Stan Amster Photography – Scenic and Commercial Photography in Northern New England.

New Hampshire

Lupines in bloom near Sugar Hill New Hampshire

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I went out looking for some pictures to use in future calendars and Sugar Hill was on the list of places to go. After taking this picture, Mission Accomplished.

Sunday afternoon in The Basin

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Sunday turned out to be a really nice spring day. And what a better way to spend the day?. In Franconia Notch of New Hampshire

The Conway Scenic Railroad 7470 in the snow.

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Steam locomotive #7470 was built by the Grand Trunk Railway Point St. Charles Shops at Montreal, Quebec, in 1921 with serial #22/1500. It is a coal fired switching locomotive with an 0-6-0 wheel arrangement; it has 51” driving wheels and 22” x 26” cylinders. It develops 36,700 lbs of tractive effort.

Christmas time in Stark New Hampshire.

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I thought I would go up to Stark New Hampshire last night because I thought it would be fun. Well, an hour later and cold fingers and toes produced a few nice pictures.

Sawyers Crossing Covered Bridge in Swanzey New Hampshire

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The Sawyers Crossing Covered Bridge, also known as the Cresson Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge carrying Sawyers Crossing Road over the Ashuelot River in northern Swanzey, New Hampshire. Built in 1859 to replace an older bridge, it continues to serve as a part of Swanzey’s transportation network, and is one of the state’s few surviving 19th-century covered bridges. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Sabbaday Falls in The White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Sabbaday Falls might be the most popular waterfall hike in the White Mountains. It is certainly heavily trafficked, even in springtime. The walk is just over one-half mile round-trip, and the incline is very moderate. A series of stairs and walkways are built right into the cliffside so you can get stunning up-close views and photos of the falls.

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