New Hampshire Image Collection

Image of the Presidential Range from Cherry Pond at Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson, New Hampshire. The Presidential Range Rail Trail passes by Cherry Pond.
Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge – Jefferson, New Hampshire
 

New Hampshire Stock Photography Image Collection – For the last few days, I have been updating the image collections and galleries on the website with new stock photography images. I find updating the galleries with new imagery to be very time-consuming, but also enjoyable because I am able to review the imagery I have created over the years. Images that I created five plus years ago, I am just now making public.

As a photographer, I have learned that there are many different types of scenes that showcase the landscape of New Hampshire (and New England). Today, I want to share with you the nine image collections that make up my website. An image collection consists of image galleries that are all focused on a similar subject. Each of these collections showcases the landscape of New Hampshire in some way.

Remnants of the powerhouse in the abandoned town of Livermore during the autumn months. This was a logging town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries along the Sawyer River Railroad in Livermore.
Abandoned Places & History – Ghost Town of Livermore
 

The New Hampshire Abandoned Places & History image collection focuses on abandoned places, forgotten hill farming settlements, lost mountain communities, old logging railroads, and subjects that are of historical importance in the White Mountain National Forest and New England region. For those who enjoy the forgotten side of New Hampshire, this is the collection to explore. You can view the images in this collection here.

Image of abandoned tires in forest along Route 112 in Easton, New Hampshire.
Environment – Tires in Forest
 

The Environment image collection covers the environment of the New Hampshire White Mountains and New England region. It includes both positive and negative scenes to create awareness for the environment. Photos include forest landscapes, forest disturbances, impact scenes, trees, weather, and wetland communities. You can view images in this collection here.

Image of leaf drop along Tripoli Road in Livermore, New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Travel – Autumn, Tripoli Road
 

This New Hampshire Travel image collection highlights travel & tourism in New Hampshire. Scenes include autumn foliage, historic sites, lakes, landscapes, state parks, roadside attractions, the coast, towns, and the Great North Woods. You can view images in this collection here.

Image of Bridesmaid Falls in Franconia, New Hampshire. These falls are also known as Noble Falls.
Photo Projects – Forgotten Waterfalls
 

The Photo Projects image collection focuses on the photo projects that I am working on. Most projects involve land preservation and stewardship in the New Hampshire White Mountains. And they range from human impact issues to abandoned historic sites. I also use photo monitoring (repeat photography) to document how locations change over of time. You can view the current photo projects I am working on here.

Image of a hiker enjoying the view of the Pemi Wilderness in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
White Mountains, New Hampshire – Pemi Wilderness
 

The White Mountains, New Hampshire image collection focuses on the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Photos consist of adventure, backcountry, hiking, lakes & ponds, mountain landscapes, state parks, travel & tourism sites, and waterfalls in all four seasons. You can view the images in this collection here.

Image of sunrise from Cherry Pond during stormy weather at Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson, New Hampshire.
Miscellaneous – Stormy Weather at Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge
 

The Miscellaneous image collection consists of numerous image galleries that are focused on anything related to New England and the New Hampshire White Mountains. This collection acts as a holding area, and image galleries are routinely added and deleted from it. At the moment, there is a rock cairns image gallery in it. If you enjoy viewing a wide variety of images, take a look at this collection here.

Image of a rainy autumn day from the Hancock Trail head parking lot in the New Hampshire White Mountains.
Months of the Year – Heart Tree
 

The Months of the Year image collection is new this year and consists of landscape and outdoor photos of the New Hampshire White Mountains from each month of the year. The galleries in this collection showcase the New Hampshire landscape during each month of the year. You can view the images in this collection here.

Image of Popham Beach State Park at sunrise during the spring months in Phippsburg, Maine.
New England Travel – Popham Beach State Park
 

The New England Travel image collection highlights travel & tourism in New England. Scenes include covered bridges, forts, lighthouses, national parks, roadside attractions, and more. Even though my photography work is primarily in New Hampshire these days, I do have many images on file of New England. You can view the images in this collection here.

Image showing the front cover of the 2017 White Mountains, New Hampshire wall calendar
New Hampshire Calendars – Cover of 2017 White Mountains Calendar
 

The New Hampshire Calendars image collection contains galleries of the images used in my White Mountains wall calendars. On top of licensing images to publications, I also publish a yearly calendar. You can view the landscape images used in the wall calendars here.

All of the above images can be licensed for publications by clicking on the image you are interested in. And you can view more images of New Hampshire 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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