That John Muir was on to something. I love these mountains. A Lot. The White Mountains are the reason I stayed in New Hampshire after finishing my enlistment in the Air Force, and they’re a large part of the reason I photograph. The White Mountains are especially magical when they’re, well, white. Yes they are… Read More
But the view out my back door occasionally makes up for it.
Finally, Some Time In The Snow. Reading all of the recent reports and seeing all of the photos of the snow in northern New Hampshire, has had me eagerly awaiting my first “winter” hike of the season. Wanting to get my feet on the snow and my first snowy sunset of the season, my friend… 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?
Taking Your Camera Out In The Cold. Winter is my favorite time to photograph landscapes. Almost every landscape I’ve ever photographed I feel looks better under a blanket of newly fallen snow. As beautiful as this winter wonderland can be, there are extra precautions needed to keep my camera up and running when the mercury… Read More
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
In Search Of Treasure. With my recent article for the New England Photography Guild, and my submission to the Juxtaposition Weekly Challenge theme, you all may think I have ice on the brain. In an effort to remove all doubt, here are a few more frozen treasures to feast your eyes on.
My Winter Photography Isn’t All Grand Scenic Landscapes. Sometimes it’s the little gems that catch my eye. Here, in my latest article for the New England Photography Guild, I write about the hidden jewels I find along the way to those wonderful mountain vistas.