Posts Tagged: Dixville Notch



2014 Favorite Images White Mountains

Durand Lake in Randolph, New Hampshire USA at sunrise during the autumn months.
Durand Lake – Randolph, New Hampshire
 

2014 Favorite Images – It is that time of year again when I reflect on a years worth of shooting, and share with you my ten favorite images from the 2014 season. These images are the ones that stood out to me over the year. You can see a larger preview of any image by clicking on it.

Working with photography day in and day out, I tend to forget some of the incredible places I visit during the year. This end of the season post helps remind me of these places, and as to why I became a photographer in the first place. This year I included a few images not from the White Mountains to break it up some. I say it every year, and I am going to say it again today, the landscape of the White Mountains is incredible!

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Help Conserve Dixville Notch

Dixville Notch - Lake Gloriette next to the Balsams Grand Resort during the autumn months in Dixville, New Hampshire USA. (Erin Paul Donovan)
The Balsams Grand Resort – Dixville Notch, NH
 

A important conservation campaign is currently taken place to protect 5,800 acres surrounding the Balsams Grand Hotel Resort in Dixville Notch, NH. If you are unaware of the issue checkout the included links.

The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has a deadline of January 15 to raise $850,000 that is needed to acquire conservation restrictions and a power line right of way on lands surrounding the Balsams. To date (Jan. 10), $745,000 has been raised and with the campaign ending in just a few days it is essential to create awareness and spread the word. 

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Dixville Notch, New Hampshire

Dixville Notch State Park in Dixville, New Hampshire USA from Table Rock during the autumn months. Route 26 is in view.
Route 26 from the steep cliffs of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire
 

Dixville Notch State Park, New Hampshire – Dixville Notch State Park consists of 127 acres along Route 26 in Dixville, New Hampshire. This state park has many opportunities for hikers, photographers, tourists and waterfall buffs. Personally, I prefer to visit Dixville Notch during the autumn months, during peak foliage, but the notch is interesting any time of year.

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