At the top of New England

icerabbit on October 13th, 2004
It was bitter cold the other day on Mount Washington, NH. We weren’t the
only ones unprepared for the arctic conditions at the summit. With temperatures
in the teens and quite a bit of wind (40+ mph), there was no time to pose or
take panoramic shots. Just snap & go.

I’ve never seen windblown ice formations like these,

and I didn’t find the water. Unless they meant the ice on the back
of the post ;)

A gallery entry with extra Mount Washington images will follow shortly.

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