Back in september I had the privilege of shooting a close friend of mine's engagement in the beautiful state of New Hampshire. While there we decided to take a day trip to the White Mountains to visit The Flume. After what seemed like an eternity on the road and a comical display of ineptitude determining where we would eat, We finally arrived.
Discovered in 1808 By a 93 year old women who was out fishing (Go Grandma!) The flume is a beautiful 800 foot gorge at the base of Mount Liberty. Chalked full of cascading waterfalls and babbling streams and vibrant forests. It's a short excursion from the visitor center to the top of the last waterfall at the end of the gorge, but there's no shortage of sights to be seen. Quaint bridges, Bear caves and wolf dens are just a few lovely spots we had the good fortune to visit. Be warned, the wolf den is a very tight squeeze. We made it through with some difficulty. (video taping yourself with an iPhone does not make the task any easier).
My excursion to the Flume left me desirous of exploring the White Mountains in their entirety. I'll definitely be making a return trip as soon as possible to fourth capture the regions natural beauty.