Over 18,000 people have read my article on beautiful fall foliage of New Hampshire, and now you have a chance to see the lovely lake from that article in another season! Last week I voyaged back to that land of no internet and stunning scenery, this time in mid-summer.
Would this New Hampshire pond, nestled behind sprawling Silver Lake just south of the White Mountains, be as beautiful without the autumn leaves? Never fear! The sky more than compensated for the monotone trees with exploding rainbow sunsets each night. (No offense for calling you “monotone,” trees! Your emerald is very dashing.)
Amid eating like a buffalo and sleeping like a kitten (the rights of every pregnant woman), I photographed three different New Hampshire lake sunsets for you. Same lake, different cloud dances. Enjoy!
I hope your eyes had a nice feast. So have you frolicked around New Hampshire, yourself? Are you a sunset fan, or more of a daytime or sunrise diva? Do tell.
The author, Lillie Marshall, is a 6-foot-tall National Board Certified Teacher of English, fitness fan, and mother of two who has been a public school educator since 2003. She launched Around the World “L” Travel and Life Blog in 2009, and over 4.2 million readers have now visited this site. Lillie also runs TeachingTraveling.com and DrawingsOf.com. Subscribe to her monthly newsletter, and follow @WorldLillie on social media!