Posts Tagged: winter



Snow, White Mountains Weather

Mount Jim - Kinsman Notch, New Hampshire USA
Snow, White Mountains Weather - During the winter months, the New Hampshire White Mountains come to life. Skiers take to the ski mountains, snowmobilers ride the hundreds of miles of groomed trails, and hikers explore the snow-covered trail system. Winters that produce lots of snow are good for the New Hampshire economy (tourism industry), while the winters that...[Continue reading] ...

Winter Forest Scenes, White Mountains

Carter Dome - White Mountains, New Hampshire
Winter Forest Scenes, White Mountains - When most think of the New Hampshire White Mountains, they think of the sweeping landscapes that dominate the region, and not the forests, historic sites, lakes, trails, and wetlands that make up the landscape. Today I want to share with you a few winter forest scenes that showcase the White Mountains...[Continue reading] ...

Windy Weather, White Mountains

Windy Weather, White Mountains
Windy Weather, New Hampshire - As an environmental photographer, I try to document every aspect of nature that is interesting. I also try to think out of the box and create images that will be beneficial to have on file for future usage. Weather related images are always in demand and are good to have on file....[Continue reading] ...

Winter, White Mountains

Tuckerman Ravine - Mount Washington, White Mountains
Winter, White Mountains - It is that time of year when we can expect snow any day in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Daytime temps have been on the cool side, and rime ice can already be found at the higher elevations. I suspect my hike to Mt Tecumseh in October was my last snow free summit until the spring season....[Continue reading] ...

Mount Osceola Trail, White Mountains

Mount Osceola Trail on the summit of Mount Osceola in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA during the winter months
Mount Osceola Trail, White Mountains - The New Hampshire White Mountains have been photographed inside and out and possibly from every vantage point. And it has become common to see identical shots of a location from two, three or four photographers. Some images are so identical it looks as if photographers set up their tripods in the same spot...[Continue reading] ...

Artists Bluff, Franconia Notch State Park

Franconia Notch State Park - White Mountains, New Hampshire
Artists Bluff, Franconia Notch State Park - Artists Bluff is a rocky outcrop on the north end of Franconia Notch State Park in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This outcrop offers a unique view of Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch Parkway, Eagle Cliff, Echo Lake and of Mount Lafayette.....[Continue reading] ...

Liberty Gorge, Franconia Notch

Liberty Gorge - Franconia Notch, White Mountains
Liberty Gorge, Franconia Notch - Cascade Brook flows through this gorge in the Flume Gorge area of Franconia Notch State Park in Lincoln, New Hampshire. And it is one of the many interesting natural features of Franconia Notch. Today, this water feature is known both as Liberty Gorge and Liberty Gorge Cascades...[Continue reading] ...

Swift River, New Hampshire

Swift River Kancamagus Highway during autumn - White Mountains, New Hampshire USA
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...[Continue reading] ...

Mount Washington New Hampshire

Mount Washington - White Mountains, NH - Winter Stock Photo
Mount Washington State Park, New Hampshire - The Northeast's highest peak, home to the worst weather in the world, and a winter climber's paradise. The summit is a also excellent place to explore and photograph during the winter months. Its also a good subject to photograph in black & white. Here are five black & white shots from around the summit cone ...

Mount Pierce, Great Place To Start

Mount Pierce, Great Place To Start
Mount Pierce, Great Place To Start - One of the easier and best "bang for your buck" hikes in the White Mountains of New Hampshire is Mount Pierce. You get alpine expose and beautiful views of the Presidential Range. All with the option of being able to retreat to the cover of the forest quickly. Very little of this hike is exposed, which makes it great training for hikers new to winter hiking. It is also a great area to ...