Sunrise on the “Kanc”
Ahh…another great NxNW trip with a bunch of great friends, this year we all met up in the greater Boston area, with a target of shooting the Great White Mountain Range in hopes of great fall color and autumn magic.
This was our first sunrise that our whole group of 8 got to enjoy and it was a great one for sure, but very cold! This shot was from a scenic overview on the “Kanc”. The Kancamagus Highway, often misspelled and mispronounced Kangamangus Highway, Kangumangus Hiway or Kancamangus Highway. The correct way pronounce Kancamagus is “Kank-ah-mah-gus.” The Kancamagus Highway is a 34.5-mile scenic drive along NH’s Rt. 112 in Northern New Hampshire that is well known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country. The Kancamagus Highway is now designated an American Scenic Byway for its rich history, aesthetic beauty and culture. The weather was perfect along the Kanc when we shot this location, the rest of the trip was clear and kinda drab as lighting goes (unless you have a drone) we really got clouded in on our last morning sunrise shoot, but…that happens.
We were all treated to a great sky and a blanket of fog on the White Mountain Valley Below on this first morning, along with me that morning were some great photogs, Mark Garbowski, Dave Wilson, John Rogers, Steven Perlmutter, Robert Lussier, Scott Starks and Armando Martinez. Armando and John Rogers are licensed drone pilots and they both had wonderful shots of this morning, I encourage you to look them up!
Thanks for looking, more coming from the trip! #NxNWWM Live Free or Die!
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Edith Levy18 Oct 2017
Oh WOW…that is just an incredible photograph. The different layers and the depth…there’s just so much beauty to take in.