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Scenes of November, New Hampshire

November scene of leaf drop along Thornton Gore Road in Thornton, New Hampshire during the autumn months.
Leaf Drop – Thornton, New Hampshire
 

Scenes of November, New Hampshire – November in the White Mountains is unlike any other month. For a short period of time during this month, in between leaf peeping and ski season, the region is comparable to a ghost town. And as a photographer, I like this time of year because I can move around the White Mountains without getting in the way of others who are visiting the region.

If you have followed my work for any length of time, you know that my monthly shooting schedule is planned out in advance. For this month, seventy percent of shooting was very local and focused on one of the old hill farming communities in the area.

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Lost Waterfalls, White Mountains

Rollo Fall along the Moose River in Randolph, New Hampshire. Rollo Falls is one of the many lost waterfalls in the White Mountains worth visiting during the spring months when the river is running high.
Rollo Fall – Randolph, New Hampshire
 

Lost Waterfalls, White Mountains – I mentioned in last week’s blog article that I will be spending some time this year photographing forgotten waterfalls in the New Hampshire White Mountains. The reason I will be doing this is because many of these lost waterfalls were discovered and named back in the 19th century.

Much like an abandoned hill farm settlement, lost waterfalls are linked to the history of the White Mountains, and I need to include them in my White Mountains history and culture image collection. I usually find reference to lost waterfalls on old maps and in old history and guide books when researching abandoned settlements in the White Mountains.

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