Swift River Covered Bridge

GPS: 43°59’05.46” N 71°07’09.86” W CONWAY If you live in New England, you probably already know that Conway serves as a gateway to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. From summer through autumn, this town of 10,000 residents experiences a huge influx of visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy the mountains. […]

Lupines at Sugar Hill

GPS: 44°12’58.92” N 71°47’02.46” W SUGAR HILL Sugar Hill is a small town with a population of under 600 year-round residents. It’s located high up in Grafton County, overlooking the White Mountain National Forest, with memorable views of several mountain ranges. Its name comes from the large groves of sugar maples in the area. The town […]

Marshall Point Light

GPS: 43°55’02.66” N 69°15’40.47” W PORT CLYDE Port Clyde is a picturesque fishing village on the tip of St. George Peninsula in central Maine. In the early years, it was a busy port with granite quarries, tide mills for sawing timber, shipbuilding, and fish canning businesses. By the 20th century, it was also attracting artists […]

Boston Skyline

BOSTON If you live in New England, you probably already know much about the city of Boston. As the capital city of Massachusetts, it’s the most populated city in both Massachusetts and in all of New England. It’s also one of the oldest cities in the country, founded in 1630 by those strict Puritan settlers […]

West Quoddy Head Light

GPS: 44°48’54.43” N 66°57’02.28” W LUBEC Lubec is the easternmost town in the contiguous United States. It’s located on a tranquil peninsula that overlooks an ice-free harbor and faces Cambobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada. A bridge connects Lubec and Campobello Island, where the Roosevelt family kept a summer home since 1883. First settled in […]

Beavertail Channels

GPS: 41°27’04.61” N 71°24’00.17” W JAMESTOWN Jamestown is a small town on the island of Conanicut Island, the second largest island in Narragansett Bay, with a population of around 5,500 residents. The town was named after James, Duke of York, who became King James II in 1685. It seems that Conanicut Island played a role […]

Saco River

GPS: 43°58’58” N 71°06’59” W CONWAY Capturing fall foliage reflections is a type of autumn photography I enjoy and strive to repeat every year. Under the right conditions, it can yield impressionist and abstract images that emphasize color over form. A great location for catching fall foliage reflections is on the Saco River in Conway, New […]

Noyes Pond

Noyes Pond is located in a secluded location within Groton State Forest in Groton, Vermont. This image was made at sunset as the clouds were mirrored on the surface of the pond.

GPS: 44°13’41” N 72°18’20” W SEYON LODGE STATE PARK Noyes Pond is best accessed from Seyon Lodge State Park in Groton, Vermont. Seyon Lodge is the only state-owned destination of its kind in the state, where guests can experience the rugged outdoors with the warm comforts of a cozy inn. It calls itself Vermont’s best kept […]

Tucker Brook

GPS: 42°49’36” N 71°42’32” W MILFORD Milford is a town (population around 15,000) in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. It sits on the Souhegan River in the southern part of the State. The town is nicknamed “The Granite Town” because it was once home to many granite quarries. Among its numerous contributions to architecture, the Milford […]

Race Point Light

GPS: 42°3’43” N 70°14’41” W PROVINCETOWN Provincetown is the flamboyant little town that sits on the extreme northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A small coastal resort town with a year-round population of some 3000 residents, Provincetown can grow to 60,000 people with tourists and seasonal residents over the summer months. Provincetown is forever preserved in our colonial […]

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