2014 Nature Photography Day

Red Trillium during the spring months along a hiking path at Rumney Rocks in Rumney, New Hampshire.
Red Trillium – Rumney Rocks, New Hampshire

June 15, 2014 – National Nature Photography Day

Nature Photography Day was created in 2006 by the North American Nature Photography Association. It is an annual event intended to promote conservation and the enjoyment of nature photography. Today is a day to grab your camera and photograph nature. You can read more on the history of the event at the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) website here. NANPA is also hosting a Nature Photography Day event on their Facebook page

Hemlock - spruce - northern hardwood Forest during the summer months in the area of the Deer Brook drainage of Albany, New Hampshire USA. This area is part of the proposed Northeast Swift Timber Project.
Table Mountain Roadless Area – Albany, New Hampshire

Even if you do not have own a camera, I encourage you to get out today and explore the natural environment around your town. Nature has a way of freeing the mind from the everyday stresses of life.

Diapensia - Diapensia lapponica - during the summer months along the Appalachian Trail in the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, New Hampshire. This alpine flower is found at higher elevations in the alpine zone and in exposed areas around rocky ledges.
Diapensia – Presidential Range, New Hampshire

This year I will be celebrating Nature Photography Day by shooting along one of the many hiking trails near my home here in Lincoln. I will also spend some time relaxing on the beautiful East Branch of the Pemigewasset River. If you are stuck working all day today you can view the natural environment of the White Mountains here. And Happy Fathers Day to all the fathers out there!

Happy image making…


Now Available: The White Mountains New Hampshire calendar.

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