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2014 Nature Photography Day

Red Trillium during the spring months along a hiking path at Rumney Rocks in Rumney, New Hampshire.
Red Trillium – Rumney Rocks, New Hampshire
 

June 15, 2014 – National Nature Photography Day

Nature Photography Day was created in 2006 by the North American Nature Photography Association. It is an annual event intended to promote conservation and the enjoyment of nature photography. Today is a day to grab your camera and photograph nature. You can read more on the history of the event at the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) website here. NANPA is also hosting a Nature Photography Day event on their Facebook page

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Winter Camera Protection, White Mountains

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Appalachian Trail - Extreme weather conditions near the summit of Mount Washington during the winter months in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Crawford Path – White Mountains, New Hampshire
 

Winter Camera Protection, White Mountains – When photographing in adverse winter conditions, one of my concerns is protecting camera gear from the elements. I find using products that are specifically made to protect the camera in harsh conditions to be beneficial. They do take some time to get use to, but are worth the investment.

During harsh weather conditions in the New Hampshire White Mountains, I use Camera Armor*, LensSkins*, and LensCoat*. And for down in the valleys and roadside I like using the Storm Jacket Covers*. These products act as covers for the camera and do a pretty good job at keeping the elements off the camera. The Storm Jacket covers are easy to put on and work well in all seasons. I use mine all the time when it is raining. 

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July – White Mountains, New Hampshire

East Branch of the Pemigewasset River during the summer months in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA.
East Branch of the Pemigewasset River – Lincoln, New Hampshire
 

Five images from the month of July – This month in the White Mountains of New Hampshire has been wild! Last month we dealt with dreary, rainy overcast days and now for most of this month we have been dealing very humid weather. I can't wait to see what August brings.

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2013 Nature Photography Day – New England

Franconia Notch State Park - The Pemigewasset River in the area of "The Basin" viewing area in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA during the spring months (ScenicNH Photography LLC | Erin Paul Donovan)
Pemigewasset River – Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire
 

June 15, 2013 – Today is National Nature Photography Day

First celebrated in 2006 this annual event is to promote the enjoyment of nature photography. This is a day to grab your camera and photograph nature. The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) is hosting a Nature Photography Day event on their Facebook page

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May – White Mountains, New Hampshire

Franconia Notch State Park - The Pemigewasset River in the area of "The Basin" viewing area in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA during the spring months.
Franconia Notch State Park – Lincoln, New Hampshire
 

Five images from the month of May – This month I spent a great deal of time photographing brooks and rivers. The waterfalls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire have looked incredible this year! Locations I have visited dozens of times have looked better than ever this year. Heres a few images from this month.

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March – White Mountains New Hampshire

Swift River during the winter months in Albany, New Hampshire USA. This river travels along side of the Kancamagus Scenic Byway, which is one of New England's scenic byways. Mount Passaconaway is off in the distance.
Swift River – White Mountains, New Hampshire
 

Five images from the month of March – During March I spent a few days shooting along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I wanted to shoot a few locations along the Byway that have eluded me over the years, but was mainly interested in the Passaconaway settlement.

Just like January and February, March had a few snowstorms that created breathtaking snowscapes. To be in a forest after a snowstorm should be on everyone's bucket list. Its just a great feeling! Heres a few images from this month. Hope you enjoy them. 

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February – White Mountains New Hampshire

Franconia Notch State Park - Walking path near Sentinel Pine Covered Bridge during the winter months in Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA (ScenicNH Photography LLC | Erin Paul Donovan)
Franconia Notch State Park – Lincoln, NH
 

Five images from the month of February – When shooting for the ScenicNH Photography archive I find self assignments and a little direction to be very beneficial. On top of my everyday shooting, I try to focus on one subject every month that is connected to the environment.

Examples of past subjects I have focused on include extreme weather, backcountry camping impact, and trail stewardship. This approach has allowed me to build an extensive, marketable and profitable image archive of the White Mountains. The subject for this month is "snowshoe tracks", see some shots below.

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