I was bored yesterday so I took a drive north from Manchester to go shoot some pictures of Mt Washington (which I've done many times).
But for some reason, I decided to keep driving north up 93 and set my gps destination to The Balsams (yeah, that's a drive from Manchester).
On the way I saw a stone tower, and as I got closer I saw it was Weeks State Park and the Mt Prospect Firetower.
So, I turned in and drove to the top and took a hike up the stairs to see what kind of shots I could get.
The (ranger, fire warden?) was in the tower and let me come up inside (I've never been in the "office" at the top.)
I asked if I could shoot some photos from there and he said no problem, so I setup my tripod and took a panoramic of the interior.
My settings were adjusted right, so I had to lighten the images when I got home (and also noticed dust on my lens, damn!) but I think the shot came out fairly well for a (unique for me) experience.
I also shot an exterior of the tower