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    Default post a summer pic

    I found this older image I took at Bond Cliff, back before digital. I'm working on a publishing a book and I keep dwelling on summer images!





    post a summer shot for those of us with spring fever!

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    Hope this helps! Here's one from the Ashland, NH 4th of July Parade!


    And Mt Chocorua in July


    Lastly, our trail report from our trip up Monroe and Washington last June is here

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    August 1st 2001 - up Lions Head, summit and down Tuckermans Headwall.



    Snow at the base of the headwall - about 5 feet thick and 50-60 feet long.

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    TimandVal, very nice! Yes, that's rhodora. The other two are diapensia(white) and lapland rosebay (purple).

    Brad, that's a classic image of the last remaining snow at the base of the headwall. Gives me goosebumps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forestgnome
    TimandVal, very nice! Yes, that's rhodora. The other two are diapensia(white) and lapland rosebay (purple).
    Thank you so much for the IDs! I'll add them to our Flora page on our website. I love "hunting" wildflowers with the camera. They are so much easier to chase than the fauna is!!!

    Don't worry, it really seems that spring is right around the corner now.

    Valerie

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    I can't wait for wildflower season either...just a bit over a month away now in the southern whites!

    Here's my summer picture!

    Now tell us about your book??? Moose encounters in the white mountains???

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    Will these spring one's I took will do?



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