Monday, June 15, 2009

Photographing Local Waterfalls

If you're an avid photographer or just a beginner, The Buttonwood Inn is collaborating with a local photographer, Joe Klementovich, on a photography workshop "snapping" local waterfalls. Check out our weekend package which includes a 2-night stay with all of our typical amenities, including the photography workshop at a waterfalls area and lunch back at the inn to review photos and techniques:

The White Mountains are abound with waterfalls, some easily accessible on a short walk, some located in remote areas where you have to hike awhile to reach them. The most popular and one of the most spectacular is Arethusa Falls in Harts Location, which is about a 30 minute drive north on Route 302. After a 45 minute walk through the forest along the mountainside and passing over several footbridges, you get to see a 200-foot high waterfall which is a marvel to behold.

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