We love winter in New Hampshire, all it takes is the right accessories.  Find the following: vintage snowblower, sleds, snowboard, bare feet, snow shoes, ski poles and a great big pile of wood.

Copyright: Brian Shriver
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11584x5792
Uploaded: 19/02/2014
Updated: 05/09/2014


Tags: snow; sled; snowboard; ski; snowblower; new hampshire
  • Brian Shriver 8 months ago
    The light levels vary by a factor of 16 or more in this shot, between the sunny snowscape and the woodpile under the roof. Luckily my stitching software (Ptgui) has an HDR (high dynamic range) mode and can handle groups of bracketed images.
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