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David Howland Photo November 2021

David Howland Photo November 2021
By David Howland • Issue #11 • View online
My favorite time of year! I suffer through pretty much every summer. It’s hot, humid, crowded, and there are bugs. Fortunately late September and October exist and they lead pretty quickly into winter.

2022 David Howland Photo Calendar
Before I share my recent photos, I’m excited to announce that my 2022 Calendar is available to order from my website! Click the link below if you’d like to order one. 👇
2022 David Howland Photo Calendar
I made sure when designing the calendars to leave space for a description of where each photo was taken. This was a big request from folks who ordered a calendar last year.
Early Fall Foliage in Dixville Notch State Park
Sunset over Dixville Notch in northern New Hampshire.
Sunset over Dixville Notch in northern New Hampshire.
I spent a good chunk of time in early October up in New Hampshire for peak fall foliage. I visited a bunch of my bucket list locations for the first time including Dixville Notch State Park in northern New Hampshire.
On the first weekend of October the foliage was still green everywhere in the White Mountains. I drove about as far north as you can go in New Hampshire and spent the day hiking in Dixville Notch. This park is nowhere near as crowded as Franconia and Crawford Notch State Parks and I really checking out a new area of a state that I’ve been exploring for so long. You can read more about my trip to Dixville Notch on my blog:
Early Fall at Dixville Notch State Park – David Howland Photo
Peak Foliage in Crawford Notch
The Conway Scenic Railroad Mountaineer moves south through the foliage.
The Conway Scenic Railroad Mountaineer moves south through the foliage.
I drove back up to the White Mountains a few days later planning to spend Wednesday through Friday hiking and then head home before the weekend crowds showed up. However, I ended up staying all the way through Monday of Columbus Day because the fall color was just that good and getting better each day I was there.
I’m still working on reviewing many of my photos from this trip but I do have a blog post about chasing the Conway Scenic Railroad Mountaineer train through Crawford Notch.
Hunting the Mountaineer Train in Crawford Notch – David Howland Photo
And last but not least, I finally got another bucket list shot a week ago. While I was up in New Hampshire for a hiking trip, the high peaks of the Presidential Range got a few inches of snow. There was just enough color left on the trees for me to take a few snowliage pictures.
I love how you can see the tiny dot of the Cog Railway train on the ridge.
I love how you can see the tiny dot of the Cog Railway train on the ridge.
Overall, it was a fantastic fall season for me and I’m excited for the holidays, cold weather, and another winter exploring the White Mountains!
As always, I hope you enjoyed this newsletter. If you have any feedback, please use the buttons below or reply back directly. If you’ve read this far, here’s a picture of my dog Penelope as a thank you.
- David
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