When Sue and I moved to Chesterfield, New Hampshire, we were attracted by this small, uncomplicated rural New England town. Chesterfield has an abundance of rugged, undeveloped land, but from the beginning I was disappointed by what seemed to be a sad lack of good hiking trails. Happily, I found many energetic, dedicated people to join in what has been a decades long effort to develop an extensive and varied trail system in our community.
|Madame Sherri Pond at Dusk|
I recently had the chance to talk about our wonderful trail system in a Blog Article for the New England Photography Guild. The Guild is a group of talented photographer who are committed to celebrating the special qualities of our corner of the country. I feel honored to be a member.
In my article I focused on a number of my favorite locations, including Pisgah State Forest, Madame Sherri Forest, and Friedsam Town Forest. On my regular weekly photography blog I created an album of other images from our magical wild areas.
So if you are looking for an introduction to the trail of Chesterfield, check out these two articles and then return to our Conservation Commission site to learn more. Enjoy