This bridge was built in 1876 and is just south of the confluence of the Wildcat with the Ellis River by Charles Austin Broughton and his son Frank who were dairy farmers. It is also named Covered Bridge # 51 by the state of New Hampshire. The nickname, Honeymoon Bridge, comes from the tradition of lovers kissing under it for good luck.
This is just one of many ponds and small lakes that are found in New Hampshire.
Silver Cascade is a tall mix of plunges and cascades that hop and skip from left to right down the southwestern side of Mount Jackson. The falls continue under US 302, eventually converging with the Saco River below the highway.
Willey Pond is located along Route 302 in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire. The pond spills out into the Saco River as pictured here.
You can’t visit New England without finding and capturing some of the covered bridges. The Pemigewasset River bridge, located in New Hampshire’s Franconia Notch State Park, is found 1/4 mile up the Flume Gorge Trail. The bridge was built in 1886.
It’s continuing to rain in New Hampshire so I guess we’ll have some fall photos without sunshine. These are the lower falls on the Kancamagus Highway.
Have been spending a few days in New Hampshire to see and photograph the fall colors. It’s a long way from California so it was a disappointment to spend our first day in pouring rain. We decided to take a drive to check things out. Several miles up the Kancamagus Highway my wife Sue saw this little tree and thought it needed my attention. Despite cars zooming by and the rain pelting down here it is.
Fish Creek, which runs through the small town of Wilson, flows into the Snake River just a few miles south of this point.
I don’t shoot wildlife because my Leica is set up with wide angle lenses. However, while hiking along the Snake River in Jackson Hole I spotted this moose. Actually, she spotted me. I’ve cropped the photo as much as possible to be able to see her.
I was in Jackson Hole last weekend staying with a good friend and pilot who flew me to the back side of The Grand Tetons. This was shot at 13,500 feet on cloudy day making it perfect for Black & White