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Kathie Fife
Fine Art, Commercial, and Documentary with a focus on historic preservation and natural resource conservation.
Fine Art, Commercial, and Documentary with a focus on historic preservation and natural resource conservation.


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Lately I feel like I am bouncing around between holidays with getting things ready for the Christmas rush and now catching up on Thanksgiving, and today finally getting back to my blog! This image of "Shaker Witch" is one of my favorite images I've created, easily among my top ten - or twenty I wrote about how I created this wicked witch of Shaker Village on my blog. Check it out, and let me know what you think.

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Are you going to the New Hampshire Highland Games this weekend? How well do you know NH?
My photo of the NH State Tartan in the NH State Visitor's Guide, "Granite Nuggets - Who Knew?! Fun Facts about New Hampshire."

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Have you been to a Hawk Watch at Carter Hill in Concord? This fall is a great time to see hundreds to thousands of hawks migrating!

Images from last year are part of my art exhibit at NH Audubon, McLane Center and in my new book "Nature Journal - Exploring the New Hampshire Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries."

Partial proceeds from the sale of my art during the show support the mission of NH Audubon.

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My new book "Nature Journal - Exploring the New Hampshire Audubon Sanctuaries" is available to view at the McLane Center, NH Audubon Concord, NH.

My fine art exhibit is open to the public through October - stop in and enjoy the large panoramic images of beautiful NH landscapes.
2 Photos - View album

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New Blog Post: Photographing Historical Reenactment Events
History is alive in the hills and mountains of New Hampshire during the annual living history events.

Some BTS of what it takes to create "authentic historic photographs." This has been one of my favorite personal projects I have worked on over the years. Hope you enjoy the read :) And get out and be a part of our living heritage this weekend during the Hillsborough Living History Event.

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Photography Exhibit - September through October
A Journey through NH's Landscapes and Audubon Sanctuaries

Canterbury native Kathie Fife presents a series of panoramic images of protected landscapes with a focus on NH Audubon properties. Stunning photographs feature loons, rare plants, and native wildflowers.

Artist reception: Thursday, September 4, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Talk with Kathie about her inspirations and artistic process. Take home a complimentary bookmark with a panoramic image of Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge.

Kathie Fife has spent her life exploring and observing the natural world. She earned a degree in Horticulture and Environmental Conservation with a minor in Wildlife Behavior from UNH. She has worked for a variety of environmentally focused non-profits and state and federal agencies.

Combining her love of photography with her commitment to environmental protection she launched an environmentally sustainable greeting card business. The cards are made in NH using 100% Recycled FSC Recycled Paper, manufactured using wind and water power, and are processed chlorine free. Kathie's award winning images have been published in feature stories including New Hampshire Magazine, NH State Visitor's Guide, The Weirs Times, The Nashua Telegraph, among many others.

Learn more about Kathie and her work at or like her Facebook page, and read her blog at Twitter @KathieFife

The Art Exhibit is available to view during regular business hours at the New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center, 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH.

September through October.

As with all art exhibits at the McLane Center, a portion of sales goes to support NH Audubon’s mission.

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The New Hampshire State Visitor's Guide highlights the Hillsborough Living History Event with a photograph I captured of folks enjoying a horse carriage ride around the beautiful town center. The event is this weekend. More info:

New Limited Edition Puzzle! Pre-Order by 2/19 & Winter Wildlife Tracking via #constantcontact

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What is the hottest thing happening on black ice? Coming up in a couple weeks in NH the Black Ice and New England Pond Hockey Classic competitions.  Learn more about the history of this old time sport in the featured photo story in New Hampshire Magazine, Jan '14.  Photography by Kathie Fife.

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New Blog Post: The Buck Stops Here. Winter Wildlife Tracking of the White Tailed Deer.
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