Swift River Covered Bridge

GPS: 43.984828 -71.119419 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. In 1765, […]

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 […]

Saco River

GPS: 43.982794 -71.116387 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 Hampshire. […]

Crystal Lake

GPS: 43.914526 -71.073862 EATON Eaton is a small town located south of Conway, in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The bigger Conway Lake lies on its northern boundary, while smaller Crystal Lake sits in the center of town. The town was incorporated in 1766, with a population of 395 as of […]


GPS: 42.945369 -72.096911 HARRISVILLE VILLAGE Harrisville is the quintessential New England village, full of historic charm likely to induce nostalgia for days old. The town is located on the southwest corner of New Hampshire, inside the Monadnock Region. The place was first settled in 1774 as Twitchell’s Mills, so named for the combination sawmill and […]

Placey Farm

Red barn and farm reflecting in the Connecticut River

GPS: 44.098410 -72.050528 NEWBURY If Vermont is the land of pastoral scenes, then Newbury must be the quintessential town radiating a bounty of rural charm. Long ago, when the adjacent Connecticut River teemed with salmon, this place was a favorite of the Pennacook Tribe who had a village here called Cowass. But after the English […]

The Grist Mill Pond

GPS: 42.357308 -71.475787 WAYSIDE INN The Wayside Inn is the oldest operating Inn in the country. Established as Howe’s Tavern in 1716, it’s now a Massachusetts Historic Landmark. The Inn is also known as Longfellow’s Wayside Inn to capitalize on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s “Tales of a Wayside Inn”, a book of poems published in 1863 […]

Henniker Covered Bridge

New England College Covered Bridge

GPS: 43.178985 -71.821924 HENNIKER The Only Henniker On Earth. That’s what they claim about this little New Hampshire town along the Contoocook River. According to town historians, no other community in the world bears its name. Henniker was permanently settled in 1761, preserving its quaint town vibes to this day. Earlier settlements were attempted but […]

Marlow Village

Winter sunset from the lily pond in Marlow

GPS: 43.116575 -72.199058 MONADNOCK The village of Marlow lies within the vaguely-defined Monadnock Region of southwest New Hampshire, an area encompassing the counties of Cheshire and Hillsborough. The region is so named after Mount Monadnock, the dominant geographic landmark that rises up 3165 feet. MARLOW VILLAGE Marlow is a small agricultural community on the northern […]

Nostalgic Mirror

GPS: 44.558727 -71.607413 The Old Guildhall Grist Mill is one of my New England favorites. This American classic holds the power to evoke a sense of nostalgia for days gone by. This mill is very well preserved, sporting a colorful red water wheel and slide. In addition, its location is photo perfect, with a shapely […]

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