From the EcoPhotography Archives: A Lens Baby shot of the Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 2010. The center span is gone now, but the rest of the bridge has yet to be taken down.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: A couple paddles on Pawtuckaway Lake in Pawtuckaway State Park. Part of my 2009 NH State Parks photo shoot. I shot this with a brand new lens - I snapped its predecessor the night before and had to make an emergency purchase at Hunt’s Photo.

Canon 1Ds MarkIII, Canon 15-35mm F2.8 lens, F8, 1/200 sec.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: Canoe on the shoreline of Pawtuckaway Lake in New Hampshire’s Pawtuckaway State Park. I shot this image for NH State Parks back in 2009.

Canon 1Ds MarkIII, Canon 24-70mm F2.8 lens, F16, 1/25 sec.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: This is what winter is supposed to look like around here. I shot this in January, 2009, as part of an assignment for Wakou, a French children’s magazine.

Canon 1Ds MarkIII, Canon 70-200mm F2.8 lens, F2.8, 1/400 sec.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: The mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybook, Connecticut. Another aerial from my Connecticut River project. Shot in 2006.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: A storm breaks near the mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. Another shot from my Connecticut River watershed project.

Canon 1Ds MarkII, Canon 70-200mm F2.8 lens, F8, 1/160 sec.

From the EcoPhotography Archives: Subdivisions encroaching on tidal wetlands near the mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. This is an aerial shot I made in 2006 as part of my Connecticut River watershed photo project for The nature Conservancy and the Trust for Public Land.

Canon 1Ds MarkII, Canon 24-70mm F2.8 lens

From the EcoPhotography Archives: A snowboarder in Tuckerman Ravine in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. White Mountain National Forest. “Tucks” is the classic backcountry skiing location in New England. Shot in April, 2006.

Canon 1DsMarkII, Canon 16-35mm F2.8 lens.

From he EcoPhotography Archives: Telemark skiing (with dog) “The Seven” in the Great Gully on the headwall of King Ravine in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. King Ravine is a glacial cirque on the north side of Mount Adams. Four legs are better than two without skis. That dog was way more comfortable on this steep slope than I was!

From the EcoPhotography Archives: Two kids enjoy maple sundaes at Folsom’s Sugar House in Chester, New Hampshire. Steam from boiling sap rises from the sugar house. I shot this in 2009, but the sap is probably running again now.

Canon 1DsMarkIII, Canon 16-35mm F2.8 lens, F2.6, 1/640 sec.