Posts Tagged: spring



April, White Mountains

Kayaking the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA during the spring months.
East Branch of the Pemigewasset River – Lincoln, New Hampshire
 

April, White Mountains – I find April to be one of the more challenging months to produce imagery. The landscape is usually covered in "dirty snow", making it tough to produce clean looking imagery. Nothing drives me crazier than a beautiful mountain scene with dirty snow in the foreground! Yes, I'm complaining some but know many photographers can relate to this issue.

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Fields of Lupine Festival, Sugar Hill

Lupine Festival in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.
Sugar Hill Lupine Festival – Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
 

Fields of Lupine Festival, New Hampshire – If you are visiting the White Mountains region in the month of June and are looking for a location to photograph, the Fields of Lupine Festival in Sugar Hill should fit your needs. The Fields of Lupine Festival is held annually in the month of June and attracts visitors from around the world. Every year in June the fields of Sugar Hill are transformed into a mesmerizing display of purple lupine.

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Liberty Gorge, Franconia Notch

Franconia Notch State Park - Liberty Gorge Cascade during the spring months in Lincoln, New Hampshire USA. This waterfall is located in the Flume Gorge Scenic Area along Cascade Brook (ScenicNH Photography LLC | Erin Paul Donovan)
Liberty Gorge – Lincoln, New Hampshire Spring
 

Liberty Gorge, New Hampshire – Liberty Gorge is one of the many interesting natural features of Franconia Notch State Park that is worth a visit and with extra time you can also explore Flume Gorge, The Pool, and the Sentinel Pine Covered Bridge by doing a short loop hike. 

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Swift River, New Hampshire

Swift River during the summer months in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Swift River – White Mountains, New Hampshire Summer
 

Swift River, White Mountains – Living in the White Mountains of New Hampshire I have the benefit of being able to photograph locations during all four seasons. One area of the White Mountains I have photographed in every season is the Swift River along the Kancamagus Scenic Bypass.

When building an image archive, photographing locations in every season can be beneficial, but photographers must keep in mind that building a successful image archive involves photographing new locations and scenes, not photographing the some scene over and over.

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