The 2016 White Mountains, New Hampshire scenic wall calendar will enthrall people of all ages with its spectacular summit views, dense forests, historic covered bridges, amazing waterfalls, and cool running rivers and streams. The area is visited each year by tourists and outdoor enthusiasts who are attracted to its amazing beauty, rich history, and array of outdoor activities. The captivating scenes in the White Mountains calendar showcases the unique beauty of the most rugged and spectacular mountain range in New England. From snow-capped mountain peaks in winter to remote forests high on the side of Mount Jim, Donovan’s stunning photography takes you on a journey through the White Mountains. His breathtaking images will leave you with lasting impressions of this beautiful environment. Take a tour of this scenic area through the eyes of photographer Erin Paul Donovan.
Calendar features a date grid for noting appointments; it also includes holidays of major religions, U.S. and Canadian civil holidays, phases of the moon, and sunrise & sunset times.
Scenes in the wall calendar include: Albany Covered Bridge, Bald Mountain, Balance Rock, C.L. Graham Wangan Grounds Scenic Overlook, Dolly Copp Road, Franconia Notch State Park, Gale River Forest, Kancamagus Scenic Byway, Kedron Flume, Kinsman Notch, Lincoln Woods Trailhead, Mount Chocorua, North Woodstock, Pemigewasset Wilderness Scenic Overlook and hiking trails in the Presidential Range. You can view the images that represent each month in the 2016 White Mountains calendar here.
About the Photographer: Erin Paul Donovan, a professional photographer, has spent the last 17 years documenting the beauty of the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the New England region. His work has appeared in numerous national and regional publications, including Backpacker Magazine and Readers Digest, and in publications by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Countryman Press, National Forest Foundation, Rizzoli International Publications, and The Wilderness Society. Erin Paul lives in the heart of the White Mountains in Lincoln, New Hampshire. If interested, you can learn more about Erin Paul and his photography work here.