Grab your camera and walk 2 minutes in any direction. Stop. Find a photo worth making from where you stopped and post it.
Get out there, take a photograph, upload it, and tweet a link to @dailyshoot with the hashtag: #ds122
Here is the complete photo set:
NH Regional FIRST Robotics Competition
We took the kids up to Manchester to the John Lynch Re-Election post-primary celebration. Spencer talked to a number of NH State reps asking about what it takes to get started in politics. The “Second First Daughter of NH” did a fine job introducing her father.
This morning I walked down to the Souhegan from behind the High School’s baseball field and was surprised by just how much lower the river was!
Here is a slide show of some of the photos I took from the section of the river above the former dam to near where it crosses under Route 3.
I recommend folks to take the fairly easy walk down and check it out yourself.
Eric Hutchins of NOAA Restoration Center and some other folks from NHDES Dam Bureau as well as some Boston College students taking some location measurements today. Just where the river bed will end up is still unclear until we have a few seasonal floods. The two little islands are no longer islands (see the Google Map of the area) and sit on a 4″ high sandy area. Looking down in the water you can see a much of sand moving, so there will be lots of change there. The nice thing is most places are shallow, rocky and calm enough to just walk across the river. The water level up beyond the highway through to Wildcat Falls are unchanged.
Well, thanks for Obama’s 4:30am text message, it is time to drag these 2006 photos out…
Here are some of my other photos of Joe Biden from the run up to the 2008 Presidential Campaign in New Hampshire.
Yesterday I took a few of the kids to Portsmouth to see the tall ships Friendship and Roseway. These close shots showing lots of texture came out well.
The NH Flickr Group is planning as photo meetup every Saturday this summer at 5am at some picturesque location.
Keep an eye on this discussion group for information on future ones — NH Flickr Discussion Group
All the photos from the event are here: marcn’s buddy icon
Obama/Clinton @ Unity, NH