On the day of this hike, it was a good day for viewing the Presidentials from both the Mt. Martha and the Owl's Head peak, both of which are located atop Cherry Mountain. However, I didn't spend a lot of time trying to get the perfect photo. My primary goal for this day was to do my routine maintenance as the Trail Adopter for Martha's Mile (the trail that connects these two peaks).
Anyway, below are two snapshots. The first was taken from Mt. Martha, and the second one was taken from the Owl's Head peak.
Other than an occasional trace of snow at the higher elevations, the trail was basically dry for the entire distance. However, there was one very notable exception.
The final approach to the Owl's Head summit is quite steep, and it had patches of thick ice. It might take a few warm days to melt it away. In the meantime, you should bring your microspikes!
It's difficult to tell much from the snapshot below, but nonetheless, it shows one of the patches of ice as you approach the Owl's Head summit.