New England fall foliage is slowly coming to an end. One of my first photo destinations this autumn season were the White Mountains in New Hampshire and in particular the Basin near Lincoln, NH. Parking is conveniently located off Route 93 North and the Basin is reached via a very easy walk. Most of the way is paved and offers handicapped accessible viewing. In thousands of years Mother Nature with the help of rushing water has eroded the rock into a smooth, circular cave like formation which provides plenty of fantastic photo opportunities. Make sure to walk around and explore the many different angles and perspective to make it your own. There are also plenty of small waterfalls and cascades further upstream that make for fabulous Scenic New England Photography.
Both images in this latest photo blog post were post processed in the digital photography lab where I removed dust spots, minimally adjusted lighting, contrast and color saturation, before sharpening the final pictures. Apertures for the First Picture above was set to f/29, providing an exposure time of 1 second at ISO100. The settings in below My New England image were f/22 at ISO100 resulting in a shutter speed of 2.5 seconds.
Good light and happy photo making!
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