Wordless Wednesday.

snow capped presidential range reflecting on the surface of cherry pond, white filed, New Hampshire.

Autumn Hues

A cold wind blows, bringing a chill to the morning air. Summer’s warmth becomes a pleasant memory as green becomes red and gold.  The days are crisp, the air is clear, the hillsides dressed in brilliant Autumn Hues. *    *    *  The question posed on the Daily Post,  “Changing colors, dropping temperatures, pumpkin… Read More

A Room With A View Revisited

  One evening last fall I had the pleasure of staying in a most spectacular and spacious room. A room like no other. Its walls beautifully decorated in shades of evergreen and autumn gold, with well placed splashes of crimson. The finishing touch, a border of distant mountains under a nearly cloudless blue sky. The… Read More

One Last Glance

Mid Stream, Mid Leap, By The Light Of The Moon With time to kill one evening this past week, I stopped by a small stream near where I work to capture a few long exposures of fallen leaves swirling on the water’s surface. Two of my favorites from my experiments with leaves, water, and time,… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite

The mountains seemed to go on and on… From my bedroom window. Over the weekend I went on my first solo wilderness overnight in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. This spectacular view from the top of Stairs Mountain, the reward for a long hike carrying a fully loaded pack, awaited me as I reached my camp… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning!

Yes it was! Many of you who read my blog regularly know how I often enjoy spending my mornings. The morning usually starts out with a pre-dawn hike, often several miles through the still dark mountains,  just as often alone, racing the rising sun in search of a spectacular view.  This past Sunday was no… Read More

Autumn On Baxter Lake

On the shore there is fire, and that fire is beautiful. As I eagerly await this years first autumn visit to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, I’ve looked to autumns past for inspiration. Here’s an image from “our” lake captured a few years ago. Edit: I just realized that this is my 200th post… Read More