A daily look at photos shot by Jerry Monkman during the last 15 years.
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: 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 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!