Archive for October, 2010

Moving Waters


While in the White Mountains we spent a good percentage of our time shooting the many streams and waterfalls. With the recent rains the waters were flowing nicely over the colorful New Hampshire granite. We welcomed the clouds and light rain since it makes for the best conditions to shoot these types of scenes, eliminating […]

Here are some scenics from the remote area near the town of Pittsburg, New Hampshire up in ‘Moose Alley’. We found the two vistas by talking to locals on two separate occasions. My motto is ‘it never hurts to ask’! There was no cell service in this area and only 3 places to get a […]

Displayed here are some bridges we found in the White Mountains.The Albany Covered Bridge, just off the Kancamagus Highway offered a nice subject with the surrounding foliage and rushing stream. I explored both sides of the bridge and bank looking for the best angle. I liked the way the foreground boulders here added a foreground […]

Moose Hunting


As mentioned in a previous post our trip to New Hampshire included a visit to Moose Alley. This is a remote area in the most northern part of New Hampshire near the Canadian border. We spent 2 days here doing some serious moose hunting, searching side dirt roads and the forest edges along the roadway. […]

The Birches


I will be posting photos from my New Hampshire trip in no particular order. My friend and I had fun playing in some of the birch stands while in the White Mountains. I could have spent hours walking among them and finding different compositions. Here are 3 very different photos that I am fond of. […]

I hardly know where to start with regards to posting about my week-long photo trip to New Hampshire … so, I’ll start at the beginning. Our itinerary planned for a journey all the way up to the most northern part of New Hampshire, near the Canadian border, a place known as ‘Moose Alley’. Since we […]