2017 White Mountains New Hampshire Calendar

by Erin Paul Donovan

 

The 2017 White Mountains, New Hampshire scenic wall calendar will captivate people with its spectacular winter scenes, amazing waterfalls, beautiful summer lakes, and breathtaking autumn foliage. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are a popular destination for visitors each year who are enthralled by its beauty. This calendar showcases the landscape of the New Hampshire White Mountains.

 

2017 White Mountains New Hampshire Wall Calendar

ISBN 10: 1591521769

ISBN 13: 978-1-59152-176-1

 

Calendar Size Closed: 12″ x 12″

Calendar Size Opened: 12″ x 24″

 

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Delivery Time: 3-7 business days

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Description

 

The 2017 White Mountains, New Hampshire scenic wall calendar will captivate people with its spectacular winter scenes, amazing spring waterfalls, beautiful summer lakes, and breathtaking autumn foliage. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are a popular destination for visitors each year who are enthralled by its beauty and come to explore and experience nature and the array of outdoor activities offered. The scenes in the 2017 White Mountains calendar showcase the unique beauty of this region. From its rugged high mountain peaks to its dense forests and miles of rivers and stream, Donovan’s stunning photography takes you on a journey through the White Mountains. Take a tour of the White Mountains through the eyes of photographer Erin Paul Donovan.

 

Calendar features a date grid for noting appointments; it also includes holidays of major religions, U.S. and Canadian civil holidays, phases of the moon, and sunrise & sunset times.

 

Scenes in the 2017 wall calendar include: Cannon Mountain, Crawford Path, Durand Lake, East Branch of the Pemigewasset River, Franconia Notch State Park, Franconia Ridge Trail, Lafayette Brook Scenic Area, Mirror Lake, Mount Lafayette, Mount Monroe, Mount Moosilauke, Mount Washington, Nancy Pond Trail, Pemigewasset Wilderness, Plimpton Falls, Stairs Falls and other scenic visits in the White Mountains. You can view the images that represent each month in the 2017 White Mountains calendar here.

 

About the Photographer: Erin Paul Donovan, a professional photographer, has spent the last 18 years documenting the beauty of the New Hampshire White Mountains and the New England region. His work has appeared in numerous national and regional publications, including Backpacker Magazine and Readers Digest, and in publications by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Countryman Press, National Forest Foundation, Rizzoli International Publications, and The Wilderness Society. Erin Paul lives in the heart of the White Mountains in Lincoln, New Hampshire. If interested, you can learn more about Erin Paul and his photography work here.

Additional information

ISBN 10:

1591521769

ISBN 13:

978-1-59152-176-1

Format:

12 Month Wall Calendar

Product size closed:

12" x 12"

Product size opened:

12" x 24"

Binding Type:

Saddle stitched

Publisher:

ScenicNH Photography LLC

Photographer:

Erin Paul Donovan

About the Photographer:

Erin Paul Donovan, a professional photographer, has spent the last 18 years documenting the beauty of the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the New England region. His work has appeared in numerous national and regional publications, including Backpacker Magazine and Readers Digest, and in publications by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Countryman Press, National Forest Foundation, Rizzoli International Publications, and The Wilderness Society. Erin Paul lives in the heart of the White Mountains in Lincoln, New Hampshire.

Image Locations:

Cover – East Branch of the Pemigewasset River, Lincoln; January – Mount Washington, Sargent's Purchase; February – Crawford Path, Mount Monroe; March – Franconia Ridge Trail, Mount Lafayette; April – Stairs Falls, Randolph; May – Plimpton Falls, Franconia; June – Mirror Lake, Woodstock; July – Nancy Pond Trail, Pemigewasset Wilderness; August – Mount Moosilauke, Benton; September – East Branch of the Pemigewasset River, Lincoln; October – Durand Lake, Randolph; November – Lafayette Brook Scenic Area, Franconia; December – Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch State Park

6 reviews for 2017 White Mountains New Hampshire Calendar

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Beautiful, crisp photographs make the White Mountains of N.H. come alive. I was born, raised and retired at the foothills on the White Mountains. I have hiked a lot of it, fished it, photograped it, enjoyed the history associated with it and worked summers for the US Forest Service on the Kancamagus Highway. This calendar hangs over my desk so I can feel at home all the time. Excellent photos.

  2. (verified owner)

    I've lived in the White Mountains all of my life and your photographs of places I've been or have seen in the distance are glorious!  Thank you for such a beautiful reminder of the amazing scenery that surrounds us all year 'round.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    First of all THANK YOU for the way it was packaged.  The postman was unable to fold it and

    stuff it into my mailbox so had to bring it to the door.  I really appreciate it.  Lovely calendar!

    I think I will be ordering again next year just to remind me of the beauty of New Hampshire

    and the White Mountains where I spent many happy vacations.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Well, in general I love New England!!  I live in Connecticut but blessed to own a family cabin with my husband (built it in 1941 by my parents) in the White Mountains of New  Hampshire.  As a child and teen, I spent my entire summer there and have wonderful memories, as well as learning to appreciate the beauty of the forests, mountains and bodies of water.   It's easy enough to take photos these days with our cell phones, but Erin does beautiful work and captures the essence and spirit of the great outdoors and the history of the area. 

    I have purchased the calendar in the past for both myself and one of my older brothers who lives in California but also appreciates what our parents were able to provide to us at our younger age. Now, we are entrusted to do the same thing with our children!

    Thank you, Erin!

  5. (verified owner)

    The White Mountain Calendar keeps me in touch with the beauty of the White Mountains all year long!

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Erin, I love my New Hampshire calendar. I grew up in NH (UNH '73, bs forest management) and now reside in Colorado. I worked 36 1/2 years for the U.S. Forest Service, retiring in 2010. I have been blessed to have experienced the 4 seasons over a variety of landscapes and ecosystems. I can say with some confidence, that no where else in the country are the 4 seasons so sharply defined as they are in New Hampshire and portions of New England: aesthetically, biologically and physically (and perhaps socially, if one were to compare spring visitor traffic to the dependable fall leaf peeper traffic). Your 4 season 2017 calendar collection of photos does a wonderful job of capturing this diversity. I can almost smell the seasonal variety of associated aromas flowing from your photographs.

    I believe, Erin, one of the most unbelievably important aspects of your photos is that they provide us with an invaluable ecological and historical snapshot across a 4-season continuum of time.

    For example the Pemigewasset Wilderness area forest/trail photograph depicts 4th or 5th generation of forests that have had the tenacity come back from their great grandparents almost complete obliteration, whom were the defenseless victims, of the, turn of the century of, "timber barons" massive clearcut destruction of thousands of acres of primeval, old growth forests and old growth dependent wildlife species. The barons would leave woody slash 30 feet tall, which choked drainages and river systems until they flowed no more, the tons of slash inhibited chances for future regeneration, they also created huge fire hazard areas, and eliminated wildlife migration corridors.

    Basically, thousands of acres of area became inaccessible for man and beast. Yet, viewing this photograph reveals how astonishing resilient these ecosystems have been after enduring countless almighty dollar, whole sale removal of these, once self sustaining ecosystem's.

    Well Erin, at any rate, this 4-season collection of awesome photographs in your 2017 calendar is great and there is, to our benefit much more value here than meets the eye…………Don't you just love this stuff, best regards, Rick Jewell, citizen at large, Pagosa Springs, Colorado

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