Driving up Mt Washington is super fun, and a little scary for someone who isn’t into heights and have bouts of vertigo.
Be ready for wind! And some of the most gorgeous views ever.
The problem with such views is no perspective at times, so things look flat and while gorgeous, lacks texture. So, that’s why the keys! and any other objects I can use to give things perspective as well as a break in the view.
It was a fun day, and again, windy!
The Flume! A pretty active day, and some great pics! No ND filters, but I managed with Fstops, long exposures and ISO
The area is gorgeous, and a lot of natural beauty.
The flowing water! ‘Nuff Said
I did a total of 5 miles on a Sunday
There is no way to take a good enough picture to show the massive walls of this place.
Of course, much to my wife’s chagrin, my keys showed up!
I ended up taking 300 photos, but editing about 80. Which is a good ratio.
I tried my hand at a few night shots – I need to get a trigger bulb! No way outta that! Next investment
I was heading to a patients home and found this little off set lily pond!
The on thing about the coast, is it’s always changing. One day the ground is clear, the next 24 inch of snow!
We got slammed and are waiting on more in the next 24 hours. Go down south they said, it’s warmer they said!
I love these old places, there is so much character here!
When it snows, typically the next day the sky is bright blue and the water is gorgeous as calm.
The colors just started to come in through the hazy clouds as I drove home today, snapped a few pictures. I’ve gotten into the habit carrying my camera with me.
My wife, god love her, as I do, isn’t an outdoors person. I am. ATVs, hiking, walking in the woods, going off and finding abandon houses, tramping along the railroad bed. But, I did get her to climb Haystack Mountain! Whooot!
The hike up was great, the sun was nice, and a few good pictures were had!
We often forget what is just in our back yard, and the gorgeous world that is around us, every single day. Cotton Candy Clouds on a Bed of Blue….
A few of these might make it up onto our wall one day. Was a great, short stint up rocky terrain.
Don’t let them deceive you! These flowers are very small!
But very pretty. The white sand sticks to the oils of the flowers and in the sunlight looks like star-light, and sparkle.
I could go walking here every weekend. It really is a gorgeous tapestry.