Aerial Photo NH: Blog en-us (C) Aerial Photo NH (Aerial Photo NH) Mon, 16 Mar 2020 06:25:00 GMT Mon, 16 Mar 2020 06:25:00 GMT Aerial Photo NH: Blog 90 120 Finally! Took a lot longer than it should have, but the wind and rain finally went away, giving us a great day for both flying and photography. We spent some time playing with our new Sony A-77/Zeiss lens and shooting that elusive spring time foliage:Kona Mansion Inn Swallow Point Boathouse, Moultonboro NH  plus a few islands for an upcoming project. Hope to have some aerial video of Lake Winnipesaukee for everyone soon.  (Oh, and we took a few shots of Gov. Romney's place in Wolfeboro as well- coming soon).


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Curses! Foiled again! While our intentions were good, the weather has not been- over a week of rain showers and wind has kept us on the ground. All may work out, though, as the new spring leaves are just starting to sprout. Hopefully we will get some great aerial photos of spring foliage this weekend. I have Newfound Lake in mind.....

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Starting Anew Today it REALLY feels like spring- the air is fresh and clean, buds & leaves on many trees, flowers out and my dandellions coming in. A time when all things start anew, so I guess it's a good time to start an aerial photo blog. (Also because my marketing manager-the wife- said to!)

A little noticed phenomenon of Spring is what I call spring foliage. The greens have a lot of yellow to them, and maples contribute reds. It's what helped this image of Newfound Lake become one of my best sellers...

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With that in mind, I'm hoping to get airborne within the next few days to capture some of this years Spring Foliage. I'll share them with you here. 

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