Wonderful images. I particularly like the one in B&W in the misty woods. I've also never seen an image of Franconia Ridge that I didn't love and this one is no exception. Thanks for taking us into the mountains...
Keep close to Nature's heart...
and break clear away, once in awhile,
and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir
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Great pics! I was debating a solo hike of lafayette and lincoln this weekend and I think you just helped me make up my mind!
Very nice photos. I'm with Mark and Karl, the misty B/W one is my favorite. Thanks!
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That's over forty degrees
I'd rather have it thirty,
Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!
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Thanks for all the responses! I highly recommend the Franconia Ridge Loop.
The misty shot was taken along the Willey Range Trail on a foggy/rainy day early this August.
Really enjoyed all of your photos.Like the guys my favorite is also the B/W.Keep posting.There are alot of good photographers on these forums who will be glad to share their comments with you.
very nice thanks
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Very nice images! I like the mood in the third image. It feels like being at high elevation when the mountain is shrouded in clouds and mist. Bravo
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Thanks for starting this thread. Your pictures are great and remind us all of hikes in those areas. HoJo's sure is different in the summer (I normally get there mostly in the winter).
Here are a few shots from yesterday.
EMS at night
Sugar Hill looking at Garfield.
Cannon at sunrise
Anywhere in the Whites is nice now.