If there’s one mountains that lets you know you’re in New Hampshire, it’s Mount Chocorua. With a summit elevation of only 3,490′ it’s not the tallest in the state, that distinction goes to 6,288′ Mount Washington. What Mount Chocorua lacks in elevation it makes up with a distinctly recognizable profile, one that can be seen… Read More
As far as fall foliage seasons go, the one that just finished here in New Hampshire can best be described as, WOW! The vibrancy of the colors painting the mountainsides was stunningly beautiful, the best we’ve had here in years. Though I’ve been told I have a way with words, I’m not sure anything I… Read More
Confessions of a (former) die-hard RAW shooter. Day after day my Fujifilm X-T2 amazes me with the images I’m able to produce, especially the straight out of camera (SOOC) jpegs. Case in point, this wonderful winter scene captured using the wonderful film simulations built into the camera. With my camera set to capture both RAW… Read More
Waterfalls, not just for warm weather anymore. Grab your winter coat and boots, pull on your hat and gloves, it’s time for some waterfalls, frozen and snowy waterfalls. For those of you who think of waterfalls only when the weather is warm, you don’t know what you’re missing. Here’s a short video shot clip of… Read More
Winter ~ Mount Lafayette, NH. Rime ice, or well disguised guardian of the winter mountains? What do you see on the frozen shoulders of New Hampshire’s Mount Lafayette?
In this, the second in my series of (hopefully) thought provoking questions about landscape photography, I ask, do you think buying a more expensive, higher end camera will make you a better photographer? Do you feel that in some meaningful way your current camera is holding you back in such a way that you’re unable… Read More
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