“Some say the world will end in fire; some say in ice.”  - Robert Frost

Your February photos show ice holding the upper hand, but flames burned, too, as people in Montpelier set their Christmas trees ablaze at the annual Ice on Fire winter festival. Others fought the chill with outdoor pursuits: skiing, skating, snow-biking, feeding birds, and harvesting timber. And even on the coldest days, flowing rivers offered a reminder that spring will soon return. To hear Frost recite “Fire and Ice,” play the video below.

We’re now looking for March 2018 photos that relate to northeastern forests. These could be images of people, plants, wildlife, weather, forest management, wood processing, educational activities, recreation, art, landscapes, or events. To submit your photos, please use the form at the bottom of this page. Thank you!

Submission deadline for the March gallery: Monday, March 26, 2018


Submit your photographs

We are seeking images from the past month. Submissions are limited to 6 per person. Clearly label your image with a unique file name before submitting. Briefly share information about your image as well as the approximate date and location. We may use this information to create a photo caption. If you encounter difficulty submitting your images (such as, if you get an error message, etc) please email your picture and caption to: Emily (at) northernwoodlands.org.
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