2014 Happy Earth Day White Mountains

Happy Earth Day from the White Mountains of New Hampshire USA. This is a birch forest on the side of Mount Hale along the abandoned Fire Warden's Trail in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. The birch forest along the trail is an incredible site to see and photograph!
Mount Hale – White Mountains, New Hampshire

April 22, 2014 – Happy Earth Day from the White Mountains of New Hampshire USA! Earth Day is an annual day founded by US Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970. Many consider Earth Day to be the birth of the modern environmental movement. The purpose of this day is to celebrate and create awareness for the environment. If you have never heard of Earth Day you can read up on the history and importance of Earth Day here

Happy Earth Day from the White Mountains of New Hampshire USA. Mount Chocorua from Chocorua Lake in Tamworth, New Hampshire during the summer months. The reflection in this lake is awersome!
Mount Chocorua Reflection – Chocorua Lake, New Hampshire

I use photography to create awareness for the environment and think Earth Day is an excellent educational tool because it focuses on teaching environmental stewardship to all generations. And I love the fact that schools across the world participate in Earth Day. Read about how you can get your school involved here.

Appalachian Trail -Alpine Tundra System along the Franconia Ridge Trail near Little Haystack Mountain during the late summer months in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA. Mounts Flume and Liberty are off in the distance. Scree walls line the trail edge and are used to protect the fragile environment.
Franconia Ridge Trail – White Mountains, New Hampshire

Take some time off today and explore the forest or mountain landscape in your area. Rumor has it mountain air is good for the soul and has unexplained healing powers. If you can not get away from the computer you can view images of the White Mountains landscape here.

All of the above images can be licensed for publications by clicking on the image you are interested in, and you can see more images of New Hampshire here.

Happy image making..


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