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Lincoln Woods Trail, White Mountains

Lincoln Woods Trail, New Hampshire
Lincoln Woods Trail, White Mountains - There isn’t a grand story about how the Lincoln Woods Trail came to be, and the trail isn’t named for any famous person. However, this trail is the direct result of J.E. Henry’s historic East Branch & Lincoln Railroad, and that is what makes it so unique....[Continue reading] ...

Forgotten Lincoln, New Hampshire

Little Coolidge Mountain - Lincoln, New Hampshire
Forgotten Lincoln, New Hampshire - On January 31, 1764, Governor Benning Wentworth granted 24,000 acres of land to James Avery of Connecticut and others. Avery was also granted the town of Landaff on the same day. None of the grantees lived in Lincoln, and it is likely that they never visited the township. Lincoln was named after Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, 9th Earl of Lincoln....[Continue reading] ...

Georgiana Falls, New Hampshire

Upper Georgiana Falls - Lincoln, New Hampshire
Georgiana Falls, Lincoln - Georgiana Falls is a series of breathtaking cascades on Harvard Brook in Lincoln, New Hampshire. These falls consist of two sections, the Lower and Upper Georgiana Falls. There has been confusion on what the proper name of these falls is since the day they were discovered....[Continue reading] ...

Birch Island Brook, Lincoln New Hampshire

Birch Island Brook Falls along Birch Island Brook in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA
Birch Island Brook Falls, Lincoln - Looking at the above image of Birch Island Brook, near Ice Pond, in Lincoln, New Hampshire you would never think there would be small picturesque waterfall along it, but you know the old saying, looks can be deceiving.....[Continue reading] ...

4th of July Lincoln Woodstock Parade

4th of July Lincoln Woodstock Parade
4th of July Weekend - What a great 4th of July weekend! I hope everyone was able to get out and enjoy this incredible stretch of weather. There is no better combination for a traveler than great weather, a long weekend, and your destination being the White Mountains of New Hampshire ...

East Branch & Lincoln Railroad, Lincoln

Porter 50 ton saddle tank engine locomotive on display at Loon Mountain along the Kancamagus Highway in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA.
East Branch & Lincoln Railroad - The East Branch & Lincoln Railroad, built by timber baron James E. Henry, was a logging railroad that operated from 1893-1948 in the New Hampshire towns of Lincoln and Franconia. Much of the railroad was in the area we know today as the Pemigewasset Wilderness. If you venture into the Pemi, from the Lincoln Woods Trail....[Continue reading] ...

Lincoln Woods Trail Temporary Closure

Lincoln Woods Trail - White Mountains, New Hampshire
Lincoln Woods Trail, New Hampshire - Tropical Storm Irene Damaged July 2013, Lincoln Woods Trail Temporary Closure - The Lincoln Woods Trail in Lincoln, New Hampshire will be temporary closed in mid-August 2013 for six to eight weeks while Forest Service repairs damage from Tropical Storm Irene. You can read the White Mountains National Forest announcement here ...

Favorite 10 Images of 2012

Franconia Notch State Park - Pemi Trail
Mount Chocorua Scenic Area - Albany, New Hampshire Favorite 10 images of 2012 - Another year is gone! Where does the time go? It has been an interesting year here in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The weather patterns have been crazy and as I reflect on the year that is what stands out most. I spent many days shooting in the rain and in bad weather this year, but overall it has been a very successful and enjoyable ...

Hurricane Sandy vs Tropical Storm Irene

East Branch of the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA
Hurricane Sandy vs Tropical Storm Irene - I was able to photograph the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln, New Hampshire from the same location during Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Irene. Water levels during Hurricane Sandy did not compare to the raging rapids encountered during Tropical Storm Irene....[Continue reading] ...

Pemigewasset Wilderness, New Hampshire

Pemigewasset Wilderness- Redrock Brook
Pemigewasset Wilderness, New Hampshire - The Pemigewasset Wilderness in New Hampshire is 45,000-acres of protected designated Wilderness area that will keep any outdoor photographer busy for days. Every corner of the wilderness has interesting features to explore, and most areas are rich with East Branch & Lincoln Railroad history. Here are five shots from the Pemigewasset Wilderness that you may have never seen....[Continue reading] ...