I am Kirstin, and this is my photo blog. I love to take pictures and share them with everyone around me. Sharing the beauty of the earth is one way I can share the love of Christ with others. I hope you enjoy your visit!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hamp. {New England RoadTrip}

Hello! Our third stop during our New England roadtrip was to a lake some of you might recognize, Lake Winnipesaukee. If you have ever seen the movie What About Bob with Bill Murray, you might recall that this lake was the vacation spot of Bob's favorite Doctor, Leo Marvin. Anyways, this is one of my family's favorite movies. We are always saying things Bob says, do what he does, and having a blast at it. haha We decided to put this location in our course, and it was so worth it. =)
This isn't a pic of the lake, but I still liked it..
And the first day we were there, we took a drive around the entire lake. Yep. We made it within a few hours, I believe. But when my mom and I noticed this spot, our hearts literally stopped for a second. It was a necessity for us to get out of the car and snap pics for 5-10 minutes. Even my dad and younger brother joined. =)

We stopped by at this covered bridge.
We visited the Polar Caves, which was basically just this tall trail up through rocks that had fallen on top of each other, creating holes and passages through them. I didn't really enjoy it, since I do not like caves, plus it was raining HARD, but the guys liked it a bit. =D
And finally I get to a picture of the actual Lake. It was so beautiful, and everything about it seemed to change everyday. The towns around this lake were very cute and adorable, sort of old, they had lots of lovely, colorful houses here and there, and the highlight of the area, to my brother and myself, were all the antique shops they had. We found one store that was just huge, had an amazing owner who told us about the items, gave us advice, even lowered the price of those things, and told our dad and several other adults how it is nice to see 'young people interested in old things'. =) Check out my Antiques Collection page on this blog to see the two cameras we purchased. =)
This final picture is actually an experiment of mine. I really wanted to capture the entire lakeside, but my lens didn't seem to do very well, especially since it wasn't a particularly wide one. So, I just took pics and ran my camera across the lake, then pasted them together. Though it isn't perfect, it is still nice and gives a good view of the lake to you. =)
Thanks soooo much for checking out my blog, and for your patience! You guys are awesome.  =D


Aimee November 9, 2010 at 11:57 AM  

For some reason I really, really like the last picture(s). I don't even know why, it just has such a cool effect!

Sophie November 10, 2010 at 5:03 PM  

Last and first pictures make me smile :) Very pretty!

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