The 2019 White Mountains, New Hampshire wall calendar by Erin Paul Donovan features spectacular landscape scenes of the White Mountains. From a picturesque waterfall in the Northern Presidential Range to the historic Sandwich Notch Road in Sandwich, this wall calendar reveals why millions upon millions of outdoor enthusiasts visit the White Mountains region of New Hampshire year after year. The photographs used in the 2019 White Mountains calendar are a unique combination of historic sites and landscape scenes that showcase the scenic beauty of the region. Donovan’s photography of the White Mountains inspires both the young and old to explore the natural environment. And this calendar will be a constant reminder as to why you love the White Mountains.
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 2019 wall calendar include: Duck Fall, Eagle Cliff, Flume Covered Bridge, Greeley Ponds Scenic Area, Kinsman Notch, Loon Pond Mountain Cascades, Mount Washington, Pemigewasset Wilderness, Pitcher Falls, Sandwich Notch Road, the abandoned logging village of Livermore, Willey Brook Trestle, and other scenic locations in the White Mountains. You can view the images that represent each month in the 2019 White Mountains calendar here.
About the Photographer: Professional photographer Erin Paul Donovan has spent the last 20 years creating imagery that showcases the beauty of the New Hampshire White Mountains and the New England region. His work has appeared in numerous publications worldwide; including Backpacker Magazine and Readers Digest, and in publications by the Appalachian Mountain Club, 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. You can learn more about Erin Paul and his photography work here.