Posts Tagged: wildlife pond



Abstract Water Scenes, White Mountains

Water abstract of the moon reflecting off the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway (Route 112) in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Moon Light – East Branch of the Pemigewasset River, New Hampshire
 

Abstract Water Scenes, White Mountains – Most of the easily accessible roadside water scenes in the New Hampshire White Mountains have been photographed from every possible angle. And trying to find a unique perspective of these water features can be a tough task for any photographer.

Creating abstract scenes of a brook, river, or waterfall is one way to create an interesting perspective. Focusing on the water bouncing off the rocks and flowing around the rocks creates a little different scene every time the photographer presses the shutter button.

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Scenes of October, New Hampshire

Echo Lake in Franconia Notch State Park of the New Hampshire White Mountains on an autumn October night.
Echo Lake During An October Night – Franconia Notch, New Hampshire
 

Scenes of October, New Hampshire – The month of October is one of my favorite times of the year to be out shooting and exploring the White Mountains. As we came into the autumn season this year many, including myself, were unsure how the foliage was going to look here in the New Hampshire White Mountains. Well, it turns out the 2016 autumn foliage season was the best I have seen in years.

Like every other month of the year, my shooting schedule was planned out in advance for October. I had very specific locations this month that I needed to shoot in peak foliage. However, I did leave one day open just to roam around the White Mountains aimlessly with my camera, something I don’t usually do these days.

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