Let It Snow.

Fence Along The River, Flume Gorge


Here in the northeastern U.S. winter has been making a dramatic comeback.

After a brutally cold start, followed by a stretch of unseasonably warm weather that pretty much wiped the white off of the landscape, winter is back in a big way!

Over the last few weeks New Hampshire as received well over two feet of snow, with the second Nor’easter in as many weeks dumping as much as twenty fresh inches of beautiful white stuff as I’m writing this.

Let It Flow.

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This past weekend I held my first ever winter waterfall photography workshop, so all of this new snow couldn’t have come a better time. The workshop was a total success, so much so there will definitely be another one next year.

Here are a few more images from the weekends waterfall festivities.


Do you like to photograph waterfalls but maybe you’d prefer to do it when you don’t need snowshoes and long underwear?

If so, join this come June 1st thru 3rd for a weekend long Waterfall Photography Workshop. For two days I’ll be leading a clients to some of my favorite waterfalls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. In the past clients have been able to photograph as many as 12 different waterfalls over the course of the workshop. Click HERE if you’d like more information on how you can join in on a waterfall photography adventure of a lifetime.


11 thoughts on “More Winter Waterfalls

  1. I’m glad to read that the workshop went well, Jeff. You’ve had quite a run of snow this year, haven’t you? Here in the Chicago area, we got a bit yesterday but not even enough to cover the grass. I love winter and the beauty of the snow, but I’m officially ready for spring now. 🙂


    1. Over the last three weeks Mother Nature has more than made up for any snow we lost earlier in season. Over the course of the day yesterday we received another 24″ and it’s been snowing off and on all day.

      I hear you about spring though, especially now that we’ve gotten so much snow. I was afraid that the lack of snow would drastically, and negatively affect the waterfalls this spring. Last year, between the amount of snow and a fairly rainy spring the waterfalls were amazing! I’m hoping for a repeat this year.

  2. Such beautiful shots Jeff. I admire your ability to get out there in all kinds of weather. I’m waiting for spring…

    1. Thank you, Cheryl. I think it’s a willingness more so than ability, at least as far as the photos I shared in this post. Every one of these places is pretty easy to get to, even in winter. But not everyone likes trudging through the snow for a photo 😁

      Of course, I am a little excited for spring to get here as well. My biggest hope is that all this new snow melts slowly, in the mountains anyway, so the waterfalls up north stay flowing well long into the summer.

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