An Autumn Weekend of Foliage, and Falls.

First There Was A Little Bit Of Sun.     This past Columbus Day weekend, October 6~8, was my final Fall Foliage Workshop of the season, and Saturday morning, day 1, started out perfect. When we first arrived at Wildlife Pond there was a beautiful mist floating across the mirrored surface of the pond. On… Read More

Wordless Wednesday: Above the Tide

weathered white row boat and small red sail boat pulled ashore on the banks of the Ogunquit River

Wordless Wednesday

Autumn Web

Coliseum Falls

  Coliseum in the Forest. Located along the Bemis Brook trail in Crawford Notch State Park, Coliseum Falls is one of New Hampshire’s most beautiful and unique waterfalls. While far from the tallest waterfall in New Hampshire, nearby Arethusa Falls holds that distinction at nearly 200′, what Coliseum Falls lacks in vertical drop(roughly 25′ in… 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

Wonderland, Mountains in White

There’s no better time to be in the mountains than in the winter when everything is blanketed in newly fallen snow. This view from near the summit of Hancock North Peak, one of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers, is one of many spectacular views to be had in the White Mountain National Forest. Along for the… Read More