Autumn in New Hampshire's White Mountains: The Photographer's Guide

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Foliage season in the White Mountains of New Hampshire is a photographer’s paradise.

The heavily-forested landscape – packed with maple trees – is painted in a remarkable variety of fiery colors. Mix liberally with the deep greens of white pines, spruce and hemlock, and you've got the recipe for an awe-inspiring sight. 

Are you planning a trip to the Granite State to photograph this amazing spectacle? 

Author and landscape photographer Rebecca Metschke has spent more than 20 years working in the White Mountains and is intimately familiar with the very best places to shoot. Autumn in New Hampshire's White Mountains is a compilation of prime locations from which you can capture the stunning beauty for which the region is famous. 

Find out how to get to each site (including both directions and coordinates), when you can expect the best light, nuances about the settings, and insider tips. Having this logistical information in hand will free you to focus on your creative vision and make successful images.

If you’re planning your first photography trip to the Granite State, this guide will broadly acquaint you with the area and enable you to maximize your time. If you’re returning, perhaps you’ll discover locations you missed previously, or be inspired to view these landscapes in a different way.

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Autumn in New Hampshire's White Mountains