November Snow, White Mountains

This is the image that represents the month of November in the 2017 White Mountains New Hampshire calendar. It shows Lafayette Brook Scenic Area in Franconia, New Hampshire covered in snow after a snow storm. The calendar can be purchased here:
November Image – 2017 White Mountains Calendar

November Snow, White Mountains – For the last week or so here in the New Hampshire White Mountains the temperature has been on the cool side, and we have been getting snow on and off. The lower elevations are, for the most part, still snow-free, but the higher elevations, such as Mount Washington and Franconia Ridge, are covered in snow. Soon the landscape of the White Mountains will be completely covered in snow.

This image of Lafayette Brook Scenic Area in Franconia during a snow storm represents November in my 2017 White Mountains New Hampshire calendar. Since I was a kid, I have always loved to snowshoe in the forest during and right after a snowstorm. I find the landscape of a snow-covered forest to be peaceful and inviting.

This is the front cover of the 2017 White Mountains, New Hampshire wall calendar by Erin Paul Donovan, owner of ScenicNH Photography LLC. The calendar can be purchased here:
Cover of 2017 New Hampshire White Mountains Calendar

This year’s autumn foliage season was awesome, and we can only hope that the winter season brings lots of snow to the White Mountains region. Lots of snow will keep this photographer happy and busy for the next few months. And a great winter season will bring skiers to the local ski mountains, which in turn benefits the local economy.

I do still have 2017 White Mountains calendars in stock. And with the holidays fast approaching, this is best the time to purchase one or two of them. If you plan on giving them as Christmas gifts, ordering now guarantees you will have them in time for the holidays. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about the calendar. Here is a direct link to my 2017 White Mountains calendar. Take a look when you have a chance.

Happy image making..


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