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, […]

Lofoten Islands

NORWAY I can’t get Norway out of my head. I’ve been there four times to photograph, in addition to visiting with family members. And still, I want to revisit the region who’s people and landscape I’ve come to admire. This land of the Vikings shares a border with Sweden, Finland, and Russia, comprising the western […]

Winter Nights in Acadia

GPS: 44.325345 -68.185792 ACADIA NATIONAL PARK If you live in the northeast, it’s likely that you’ve already visited Acadia National Park in season. The 47,000-acre recreation area lies mainly on Mount Desert Island, featuring a spectacular landscape that includes pink granite cliffs, granite peaks such as Cadillac Mountain, lakes, ponds, and woodlands. But have you […]

Flume Covered Bridge

GPS: 44.099258 -71.676944 THE FLUME The Flume Gorge is a popular tourist destination at Franconia Notch State Park, in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The gorge is a spectacular national chasm with a two-mile nature walk that includes views of covered bridges, waterfalls, and glacial pools — all in a beautiful […]

East Corinth

GPS: 44.065071 -72.221368 EAST CORINTH East Corinth is a small village in the center of Orange County, Vermont. King George III granted its charter back in 1764, giving the place a long history of active settlement. For decades, the village has been popular among landscape photographers as a fall foliage destination. Although some of the […]

Jordan Pond Winter

Stars in winter over clear ice

GPS: 44.322269 -68.254389 ACADIA Most folks from the Northeast have been to Acadia National Park at least once. Those who have not yet visited are missing out on Maine’s most prized possession. Established in 1919, it was the 1st national park east of the Mississippi and remains the 2nd most-visited Park in the east to […]

Gifford Covered Bridge

C.K. Smith Covered Bridge

GPS: 43.916050 -72.554702 RANDOLPH The small town of Randolph is located in central Vermont. It was first settled in 1778 as Middlesex, but later renamed in recognition of Edmund Randolph, the first United States Attorney General. These days, Randolph is a commercial center for smaller, rural farming communities in the vicinity. The village area is […]

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 […]

Stark Village

Christmas lights in Stark, New Hampshire

GPS: 44.600580 -71.407483 STARK VILLAGE Situated in northwest New Hampshire, the village of Stark features a little historic church and a famous covered bridge. The two frequently-photographed structures sit within striking distance of each other, on the Upper Ammonoosuc River. A few historical anecdotes about Stark are worth mentioning here. The village was originally incorporated […]

Vermont Classic

GPS: 44.327802 -72.174978 I grew up on a dairy farm in a small town, so pastoral settings tend to invoke nostalgia. And nowhere in Vermont is there a better place than Peacham to witness a classic village scene that conjures up memories from the past. This hillside town is stereotypical, with white-steepled church, picturesque red […]

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