Nancy Pond – White Mountains, New Hampshire
Moose, White Mountains – I do not specialize in wildlife photography, but do have limited wildlife imagery on file. Moose are beautiful creatures, and I have enjoyed photographing the ones I have come across, but my focus has always been on other areas of the environment.
Over the past decade, while documenting the New England environment I have created a handful of moose imagery that is available for advertising, editorial, and commercial publications. See the included link for more moose images and feel free to send me an email with questions or comments.
Moose – White Mountains, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Wildlife Crimes – Did you know you can report wildlife crimes anonymously online in New Hampshire? All you need to do is fill out a short online form to report a crime (see link below). Wildlife crimes can include baiting, poaching and / or harassment of wildlife. Never be afraid to make a report, New Hampshire's wildlife needs protecting!
Moose – Lonesome Lake Trail, White Mountains
Lonesome Lake, Bull Moose – Yesterday morning (Thursday) I took a quick trip up to Lonesome Lake in the White Mountains, New Hampshire to do some exploring. As I came around a bend in the trail I was surprised when I bumped into a moose standing in the middle of the trail! He was more interested in eating twigs than me. I watched him from a safe distance for almost twenty minutes before he decided to move off the trail far enough so I could safely pass.
Black Bear – White Mountains, New Hampshire
Black Bears, White Mountains – Bluff charges and tent ransacking are the topic of discussion these days (July 2010) here in the New Hampshire's White Mountains. There have been reports of bears causing trouble for hikers and campers throughout the White Mountain National Forest.
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center – Mountain lion in captivity
Truth In Captioning, Photography – Working photographers have many responsibilities besides producing imagery. One responsibility is truthfully captioning images. Editors, publishers and stock photography agencies all rely on this piece of information for one reason or another.
The image caption is as important as the image itself because it describes what is happening in the image. The photographer is usually (not always) held accountable for properly and truthfully capturing his or her images.