Chocorua.

When driving north on Rt 16 heading towards the mountains, there’s one mountain that comes into view that signals you’re almost there. That mountain is Chocorua. With a summit elevation of only 3,490′ it’s not the tallest peak you’ll encounter in the Granite State, that distinction goes to 6,288′ Mount Washington. But what Mount Chocorua… Read More

My Beautiful Balloon.

Up, Up, and Away! This weekend the hot air balloons arrive in Pittsfield, New Hampshire for the 38th Annual Suncook Valley Rotary Hot Air Balloon Rally, one of my favorite events to photograph! From the sunrise liftoff, to Saturday evenings Night Glow and the fireworks that follow, there’s fun for everyone, not just us photographer… Read More

The Gamble.

One of the things I look for when planning a sunrise photo shoot along the seacoast is for a weather front to be passing out to sea. The hope is that the leading edge of the front will reach the horizon at roughly the same time as the sun, giving the sun a chance to… Read More

Calm Before The Storm.

With a winter storm bearing down on the Northeast, with as much as 20″ of snow expected in some parts of New Hampshire, Saturday morning looked like it was going to be my only window of opportunity to venture out for a few photographs this past weekend. So with high hopes I headed to the… Read More

First Light.

Welcoming the New Year along the New Hampshire Coast. Since first picking up a camera a little over 10 years ago it’s become a bit of a tradition for me to head to the New Hampshire seacoast to capture the first sunrise of the New Year. This year was no different. Due to an over… Read More

Wordless Wednesday

Morning Mist, Wildlife Pond

If You Can’t Be With The One You Love.

When You Want This, But Are Given This. What Do You Do? Do you give up and go home? Or do you embrace it? All too often we landscape photographers head out with rigid expectations of what we want to photograph and how we want to photograph it. So much so that we can be… Read More

Bad Weather Better Photos

Just say no to clear blue sky. I love extreme weather. There’s no better way to increase the odds of capturing exciting landscape photos than doing it when the weather is unstable and the sky isn’t just an expanse of clear blue nothing. As you may have seen in my last post, when I started… Read More

Sunrise Adventures In Tuckerman Ravine

Let the adventure begin. For the last ten years I’ve made an early spring trek into Tuckerman Ravine to photograph the grandeur of the headwall as its bathed in first light. The hike in isn’t too difficult, about 2.5 miles to the Hermit Lake shelter, where you catch your first real glimpse of your destination,… Read More