Roadside Foliage, White Mountains – Here in the New Hampshire White Mountains the autumn foliage has finally appeared. It is behind this year, but some locations look good, and with the crazy weather this year there is no telling how long it will last so get out there and shoot. Today’s blog article focuses on roadside attractions in the White Mountains region that offer great photo opportunities. The included images are from past years.
At the start of the Lincoln Woods Trail (Lincoln Woods Trailhead along the Kancamagus Highway) in Lincoln, is a 180 foot long suspension footbridge that offers great views of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River (above). Very little walking is needed to reach the river and a photographer could spend hours at this location.