If you love the sensation of floating above your favorite NH scenes amidst the orange sunset skies, you have to see this jaw dropping video by photographer John Gisis.

The weirdest phenomenon has occurred with this compilation of beautiful scenery. Of the very limited amount of co-workers that I actually still psychically share the same area with every day, three of us can see our own homes from this footage!

For those of you wondering, I do not live in Castle In The Clouds in Moultonborough but I would if it was at all possible.

I have to admit that there are a couple locations that I don't recognize. The stunningly beautiful pine lined pond with mountains in the background at :39?

Doesn't look familiar.

We're so spoiled here in NH with beautiful lakes and ponds that, unless you spend a great deal of time on the shores of one in particular, they all look somewhat similar.

Existing among an ever rolling landscape of infinite Bob Ross paintings can do that to a person. You just get used to it.

The complex of ballfields at 1:20? In watching my nephews play in every conceivable baseball league that kids their age can be a part of, I thought I'd recognize this place, but I just can't place it.

There is a solution to this problem as I have an inside track to get the mysteries solved right at the source. John Gisis is a relative of mine! My father has roughly 750 first cousins and I'm sure that within that network the answers will be provided.

Amazing photography John!

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