Posts Tagged: autumn season



Autumn Foliage, Lakes & Ponds

Lakes & ponds of New Hampshire. Lonesome Lake from Hi-Cannon Trail. This trail leads to the summit of Cannon Mountain in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Lonesome Lake – Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire
 

Autumn Foliage, Lakes & Ponds – As I wait for the autumn foliage season to begin, I can’t help but wonder if the 2016 foliage season is going to be a short one here in the New Hampshire White Mountains. The weather gurus are indicating that this is going to be an off year. But a short foliage season is better than no foliage season at all.

For me, the classic autumn scene includes brilliant foliage, water, and a mountain. And though this combination of subject matter is throughout the White Mountains, getting all three in perfect conditions is a challenge. Here are a few lakes and ponds in the New Hampshire White Mountains that are worth visiting. Some of these lakes and ponds are roadside, while others are off the beaten path and require hiking.

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Scenic Backroads, White Mountains

Backroads of New New Hampshire. Autumn foliage along Gale River Road in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Gale River Road – Bethlehem, New Hampshire
 

Scenic Backroads, White Mountains – With the autumn season near, this is a great time to start planning photo excursions into the White Mountains. I have been traveling the backroads of New Hampshire for many years, and always find interesting subject matter along them to photograph. From a photographer's viewpoint, I find autumn to be the best time to explore them. And the history attached to some of these roads is amazing.

Many of the backroads in the White Mountains are one lane dirt roads and some, such as Sandwich Notch Road, are very rough, and only high clearance vehicles should attempt to drive these roads. Because not everyone is interested in hiking to a scenic location, here are a few backroads that are worth exploring.

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