Posts Tagged: rural america



Mount Osceola Trail, White Mountains

Mount Osceola Trail  – White Mountains, New Hampshire
 

Mount Osceola Trail, White Mountains – The New Hampshire White Mountains have been photographed inside and out and possibly from every vantage point. And it has become common to see identical shots of a location from two, three or four photographers. Some images are so identical it looks as if photographers set up their tripods in the same spot.

One of the greatest challenges of a photographer in the White Mountains is to find a different perspective of any location. Looking for a different perspective has become such a habit I often overlook simple scenes. 

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Russell-Colbath Homestead, White Mountains

The Russell-Colbath Historic Homestead site located along the Kancamagus Highway (route 112), which is one of New England's scenic byways in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA. This homestead was part of the Passaconaway settlement along the Swift River Logging Railroad. This was a logging railroad that operated from 1906 - 1916.
Russell-Colbath House – Albany, New Hampshire
 

Russell-Colbath Historic Homestead, Albany – The Russell Colbath house is a 19th century homestead located at the Passaconaway Historic Site along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway (Route 112) in Albany, New Hampshire. The homestead has walking trails, flower gardens, and an interesting graveyard.

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The Frost Place Museum, Franconia

Robert Frost Homestead in Franconia, New Hampshire, which is part of the White Mountains region. This is an excellent homestead to bring children to. From the rusted mailbox to the chairs on the porch, nothing represents rural america better than this classic New England homestead. The Robert Frost Homestead is a great spot to visit if you are looking to kill some time during your visit to the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.
Robert Frost Homestead – Franconia, New Hampshire USA
 

The Frost Place Museum, Franconia – The Frost Place is a great location to visit if you are looking for places to explore in the White Mountains region. Located at 158 Ridge Road in Franconia, New Hampshire, this is Robert Frost’s old homestead. He and his family lived in the old homestead from 1915-1920. Now a nonprofit educational center for poetry, the old farmhouse is owned by the town of Franconia.

Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was an American poet. He is one of the most recognized American poets of the 20th century, and much of his poetry focused on the landscape of New England.

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