Twin Brook – Albany, New Hampshire
Scenes of January, New Hampshire – Even though we are in the month of January, there is little snow in the New Hampshire White Mountains, and we still have not had any major snow storms. Hopefully, this will change in the near future. Outdoor enthusiasts and photographers don't have to worry though because there is enough snow to make the landscape interesting.
With the holidays behind us, I am back in full operation, and I have spent a number of days this month in the field shooting. I am excited to create new imagery this year, and I can’t wait to visit some new places. Most days when I head out into the field I have a backup shooting location just in case the first location does not pan out. And this month I have had to resort to backup locations a number of times, and it worked out for the best.
Owl's Head (Cherry Mountain) – Carroll, New Hampshire
January, New Hampshire – This month’s weather has been a little on the crazy side, and we seem to be having an endless stretch of cold temperatures. Every trip I took into the White Mountains during the month of January has been on overcast days or cold windy days, and the sunsets have been a bust.
January is a great time to make a change, and this year I have decided to handle a few things differently than past years. Most of you are aware that I document environmental issues in the White Mountains, but this year I am publicly sharing the issues I will be documenting in 2015. Take a look when you get a chance here.
Greeley Pond Trail – White Mountains, New Hampshire
Scenes of January, White Mountains – 2014 has officially started, and it looks like its going to be a great year shooting the White Mountains environment. I'm pretty excited for the New Year! Much of my focus will be on areas of the White Mountains I have little coverage of and forests.
January started off with fresh snow and extremely cold weather. The cold conditions kept most off the trails of the White Mountains so I was able to shoot along trails without getting in the way of hikers. To be in a forest after a snow storm is a great feeling!
East Branch of the Pemigewasset River – Lincoln, NH
January, White Mountains – I have been right out straight this month and haven't had anytime to update the blog with new posts. And it looks like I have a full shooting schedule the remainder of the month, so here are a few shots from the last few weeks. The on and off dustings of snow here in the White Mountains of New Hampshire have made for some great snowscapes! Make sure you get out and enjoy the snow!