4th of July Lincoln Woodstock Parade

Lincoln - Woodstock 4th of July parade in Lincoln, New Hampshire. This year it was rescheduled because of weather.
Lincoln – Woodstock 4th of July Parade 
 

4th of July Weekend – What a great 4th of July weekend! I hope everyone was able to get out and enjoy this incredible stretch of weather. There is no better combination for a traveler than great weather, a long weekend, and your destination being the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

I didn't shoot much over the weekend, but did enjoy the Lincoln-Woodstock Parade in Lincoln, New Hampshire, and some time hiking along the famous 15 mile long East Branch of the Pemigewasset River. Rumors claim the East Branch of the Pemi to be the most beautiful river in the White Mountains.

Lincoln - Woodstock 4th of July parade in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Lincoln – Woodstock 4th of July Parade 
 

The parade was scheduled to be held on July 4, but because of bad weather it was postponed until July 5. The Lincoln-Woodstock parade is your typical New England small town parade offering antique fire trucks, floats, old cars and lots of smiling faces. These small town parades are always crowd pleasers and keep the young ones content for a few hours. Personally, I enjoyed seeing the antique fire trucks and old cars.

Lincoln - Woodstock 4th of July parade in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Lincoln – Woodstock 4th of July Parade 
 

The parade was a colorful and friendly event that attracted many. Some spectators were lucky enough to catch candy being thrown into the crowd. I wasn’t able to catch any because of the two cameras I was holding, but had a great time capturing the warm smiles of parade participants. View more images of the parade here.

Happy image making….

 

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Erin Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in environmental conservation and historic preservation photography in the New Hampshire White Mountains. His work is published worldwide, and credits include; Backpacker Magazine, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and The Wilderness Society.

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