New England Seasons 2021 Wall Calendar

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New England Seasons begins the year in the snowy village of Waits River, VT. Spring arrives at the waterfalls in Southford, CT. Summer salutes flags flying in Gloucester, MA, while fall makes a defiant final appearance in full regalia as maples stand sentry on a country road in Maine. Enjoy all the New England states at their best in this 24-photo calendar.

New England Seasons 2021 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | 24 Photographs | Beautiful reproduction | Quality heavy-weight paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size

New England locations pictured include:

Snow and storm clouds clearing from Mt. Mansfield near Fletcher, VT

The Codding Hollow covered bridge crosses the icy North Branch of the Lamoille River in Waterville, VT

The ice on Wilson Pond in Wilton, ME invites a host of visitors

Dawn light illuminates Pemaquid Point Lighthouse after a Nor’easter in Bristol, ME

Daffodils blooming at the Laurel Ridge Foundation in Litchfield, CT

Spring is arriving along the banks of the Housatonic River at Housatonic Meadows State Park in the towns of Cromwell and Sharon, CT

About to unfurl its leaves, this sugar maple frames a view of the harbor in Jamestown, RI

A good spot to enjoy the flowering trees in Bristol, RI

Lobster boats at ease on their moorings in New Harbor, ME

Windjammers at sail during the Great Schooner Race off Rockland, ME

Rugosa roses and beach grasses enjoy the full moon as it rises above Cape Cod National Seashore in Truro, MA

A bright summer day offers expansive views from Mt. Greylock in Adams, MA

The round, red barn is home to the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, VT

Daisies and lupines (below) add color to this field in Hartland, VT

Last light falls on Mt. Katahdin and the West Branch Penobscot River in the north woods of Maine

Dame’s Rocket blooms along the Atlantic Coast near Searsport, ME

Fog rises in the valley below this field of leaves in Peacham, VT

Sugar maples decorate the town of East Topsham, VT

Last light reflects on Campton Pond in Campton, NH surrounded by the peaks of the White Mountain National Forest

Sugar maple trees in fall raiment near New Hampton, NH

Snow dusts newly fallen leaves near Hawley, MA

A colorful carpet of leaves in the forest near Townsend, MA

A heavy snow transforms the landscape near Alexandria, NH

The gazebo bandstand is decorated for the season in Plymouth, NH

About the Photographer

Bill Johnson is a native New Englander who lives in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire
with his partner Maggie Rushbrook. He has been involved with photography for the past
40 years. What started as a hobby has become a profession that he pursues with great
passion. His work has a quality of light and color that combines with an artistic sense to
capture the mood of a location. Bill enjoys spending countless hours seeking his images
— sometimes visiting a place many times until the light and conditions “speak” to him.
His photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, calendars, cards, and exhibits in
the New England region and beyond. His photographs also illustrate the books Backroads
of New England: Your Guide to New England’s Most Scenic Backroads Adventures; New
England: Portrait of a Place; The New England Coast: The Most Spectacular Sights &
Destinations; New England’s Historic Homes & Gardens; New Hampshire Impressions and
New Hampshire: First In The Nation. This is the 31st year that Bill’s calendar work has been
featured in our New England calendars. We know you’ll enjoy them!
Bill has finally given in to the digital age and is no longer shooting film. Although some of the
images you see in the calendar started life as film, all transparencies are now scanned. He
now shoots 14-bit raw files with a Nikon D800 E on a tripod, using the mirror lock-up method,
and electronic cable release. He is still striving for quality images after all these years.


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