- published: 03 Nov 2008
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Photos of New Hampshire from my travels around the state.
12 minute slideshow
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The Civil War in Color – 28 Stunning Colorized Photos That Bring American Civil War Alives as Never Seen Before: The Civil War comes alive as never before in this extraordinary collection of colorized photographs from the era. Not only does it feature portraits of famous leaders and ordinary soldiers but also vignettes of American life during the conflict: scenes from urban and plantation life; destroyed cities; contested battlefields. Here, TIME commissioned Sanna Dullaway, a photo editor based in Sweden, to colorize some of the most iconic images of the Civil War. The end result, which can take up to three hours to achieve per picture, offers a novel and contemporary perspective to history. 1. Allan Pinkerton, President Lincoln, and Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand; at the main eastern th...
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Earliest 3D photographs of the United States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KLv-wHD5a8 Part 2 of earliest photographs of the United States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9-yXjyISkc Photography was introduced to the world in 1839 in France by Louis Daguerre and quickly spread throughout Europe, the United States, and the rest of the world. Surviving photographs taken of human subjects outside over the next decade in the United States in the 1840's are some of the most scarce in existence. This video attempts to assemble the largest collection of such photos taken between 1842 and the early 1850's.These are all either daguerreotypes or calotype salted paper prints. Chestnut and 3rd Streets, Philadelphia, by George Read, 1842: http://www.geh.org/fm/mismis/htmlsrc2... Pennsylvania Ave...
Best when watched in HD... The following are a compilation of photos and videos taken while summiting 48 peaks. These 48 peaks comprise the list of mountains with summits 4000 ft or higher in the New Hampshire White Mountains (as defined by the AMC Four Thousand Footer Club) The peaks are numbered by the order in which they were hiked. The footage includes pictures of views and trails leaving to/from these peaks. Only some of the actual summit cairns/signs are shown here. Because let's face it...some summits aren't nearly as interesting as the journey to get there.