Posts Tagged: new hampshire’s wild places



Nature In Its Grandest Form

Harvard Brook in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA during the autumn months
Harvard Brook – Lincoln, New Hampshire USA
 

As I look at these images, I realize just how much I appreciate the simple scenes of the White Mountain National Forest. Even though both locations are only minutes off the beaten path, they represent nature in its grandest form. No sign of human impact anywhere, mankind is completely absent. Many nature lovers would consider this to be a perfect setting.  

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New Hampshire’s Wild Places & Politics

Autumn foliage from the Boulder Loop Trail.
Mount Chocorua, White Mountain National Forest
 

New Hampshire's Wild Places & Politics – Is it possible for today's conversation photographers not to get involved with the politics needed to protect New Hampshire's wild places? Ten years ago I would have said yes, but today I just don't know?

For most conservation minded groups, the vision of New Hampshire’s wild places is easy to understand. It is all about protecting the forests from human impact, hence the Wilderness Act. Wilderness protection is a very simple concept, but it ensures future generations will be able to enjoy the national forests. I guess it should be no surprise groups are attempting to invade these wild places for personal benefit.

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