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Summer in the White Mountains | Jeremy Barnaby

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The AMC Lakes of the Clouds Hut, strategically located between the summits of Mt. Washington and Mt. Monroe, provides refuge for hikers all summer long.

The AMC Lakes of the Clouds Hut, strategically located between the summits of Mt. Washington and Mt. Monroe, provides refuge for hikers all summer long.

Jeremy Barnaby

The view stretches on to the horizon from the summit of this White Mountain peak.

The view stretches on to the horizon from the summit of this White Mountain peak.

The calm water of Lonesome Lake reflects Franconia Ridge near perfectly on an early summers eve.

The calm water of Lonesome Lake reflects Franconia Ridge near perfectly on an early summers eve.

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Dixville Notch from across Lake Gloriette.

Dixville Notch from across Lake Gloriette.

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An early spring morning from atop Mt. Major in Alton, New Hampshire.

An early spring morning from atop Mt. Major in Alton, New Hampshire.

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Early evening light captured from the westernmost four thousand footer, Mt. Moosilauke.

Early evening light captured from the westernmost four thousand footer, Mt. Moosilauke.

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A fabulous summer sunrise in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

A fabulous summer sunrise in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

Jeremy Barnaby

Fire in the sky over Mt. Lincoln, on the Franconia Ridge Trail in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

Fire in the sky over Mt. Lincoln, on the Franconia Ridge Trail in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

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The setting sun and Sawyer Pond in New Hampshire's White Mountains.

The setting sun and Sawyer Pond in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

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Sunset's fiery glow relects in Squam Lake.

Sunset’s fiery glow relects in Squam Lake.

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One of the photographer's favorite photographs of the White Mountains at sunrise.

One of the photographer’s favorite photographs of the White Mountains at sunrise.

Jeremy Barnaby

As a photographer based in New Hampshire’s White Mountain Region, Jeremy Barnaby has spent the last two decades capturing images of the great natural beauty the state has to offer. As an avid outdoor enthusiast and hiker, much of his time is spent venturing deep into the mountains in search of ideal light and awe-inspiring sights to photograph. All his efforts are focused on capturing a sense of a place, in the hope that viewers who may not otherwise have the opportunity to visit the more rugged and remote areas of the White Mountain Region can at least experience them visually. “It is my goal to create images that engage and inspire viewers.” To that end, Jeremy often finds himself hiking long hours in the dark either to or from the more remote locations he photographs. “I probably spend as much time hiking trails or bushwhacking in the dark as I do during daylight hours. It’s all worth it, to make the most visually striking images, you need the quality of light found only at the beginning or end of the day.” Jeremy’s love of photographing the natural world extends beyond the mountainous landscape to include all that exists within it too. At every opportunity all manor of flora and fauna become subjects for study through the camera lens, as well as the charms of rural New Hampshire such as town squares and covered bridges. “I feel so fortunate to live in a place of such beauty and to be able to convey, through my photography, that beauty to the world.

When Jeremy isn’t off in search of great images he is usually working hard on the home front managing and promoting his website, producing client-driven photographic works, and volunteering for his favorite New Hampshire non-profits including, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. You can see more of his work at his website:  www.picturenh.com

Featured Photographer: June 2014

 

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  • tiggerknit@yahoo.com

    Fantastic!! I am from the Adirondacks, and am not there now. Your photographs made me homesick for the Northeast. You have some stunning photographs of sunsets. I would love to know your sunset secrets, as I am a photographer also.

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  • Jeremy

    Thanks Janine and Karen, it means a lot to hear your kind words !

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  • Janine

    Thanks Heather for sharing these beautiful photos with us. This made my day. These photos capture the marvel of New Hampshire.

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  • Jeremy

    Thank you for your kind words Ann, I’m so glad you enjoy the photos !

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  • Visually stunning! Could not get enough and checked out Jeremy’s website at http://www.picturenh.com where I found even more breathtaking photos capturing the Yankee spirit…as well as the sweetest baby deer photograph that will melt your heart.

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