Posts Tagged: winter images



February, White Mountains

Franconia Ridge at night blue hour from Greenleaf Trail on Mount Lafayette in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA during the winter months.
Blue Hour – Mount Lafayette, New Hampshire
 

February, White Mountains – Much like January, February has been a very cold month to be out shooting in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The wind-chills have been brutal this month, and my cold weather gear has been getting a workout. Staying warm and keeping the camera gear working in subzero temperatures has been a challenge all month. As of this writing, February is on track to be the second coldest February in New Hampshire since weather observers started keeping records in the 1800s.

I have learned over the years that February weather in the White Mountains is no joke and needs to be taken seriously. The unpredictable New England weather patterns usually make this one of the toughest months to be outdoors creating imagery of the mountain environment.

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Scenes of February, White Mountains

Lincoln Woods Trail in Lincoln New Hampshire USA during the winter months, after a snow storm. This trail follows the old East Branch & Lincoln Railroad.
Lincoln Woods Trail – Lincoln New Hampshire
 

Scenes of February, White Mountains – With schools taking winter break (February vacation) this month, the White Mountains of New Hampshire have been very busy. Many families visit the region to ski, explore the trails and to get away from the city life. Downtown Lincoln has been a zoo the last few weeks.

Every month I do a blog post showcasing five images I created during the month. They're intended to help you understand my lifestyle as a photographer and to show the range of imagery I have on file.

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