At least you got blue skies for the start.
I remember hiking Willey in mid-February in 2004. It was a crystal clear and cold day with just a few wispy clouds around Mt Wash (behaving themselves and not obscuring the summit). I took pictures until my hands got numb and glisaded (sp?) back to the Ripley Falls trail head. It wasn't until a couple months later, when I was looking through my photos, that I realized it was the Presidential range on President's Day. (Lincoln wasn't in the picture though.)
That was after hiking Cannon on Groundhog's Day... what does that mean?
Thanks for taking us all on the hike. Nice images!
nature photography of the White Mountains
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Nice shots Tim, thanks.