Pinkham Notch

I have been taking my sweet time writing about all of my New Hampshire camping trip. I don’t think I’ll finish the detailed posts like I did for Acadia. The last few days of my trip were on the east side of Mount Washington, with two nights in Dolly Copp Campground.

The first stop was an impulse stop – Greg Ellis Falls on the side of the road. It is a lovely little waterfall that you can easily drive past. As you can see, the colors were significantly more vivid on the east side of the mountains. The first photo is looking over the top of waterfall that is shown in the second photo.

ISO 100 | f/11 | 1/13 | 35mmISO 100 | f/11 | 1/13 | 35mm

ISO 100 | f/11 | 1/13 | 35mm

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ISO 100 | f/11 | 1/4 | 16mm

I think Wednesday was one of the best photography days of the trip. I took the beautiful images above and didn’t think it could get any better. After finding a campsite I headed to the Pinkham Notch visitor center and hiked up to Cascade Falls. This short little hike was just absolutely stunning. The birch trees were bright yellow, the ground was rich and vivid from the rain, and the creek was flowing. This image of the falls was framed just perfectly, and you should check out the others in my album.

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ISO 800 | f/8 | 30s | 27mm

Thursday had one more great photo. I pulled over where someone else was shooting and ended up with this. I’ve since printed it several times and have it hanging on the wall in metal. I think it is my favorite from the trip. Mount Washington is hidden in the clouds.

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ISO 100 | f/8 | 1/200 | 200mm

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