Photography 101: Landmark

6288′

Mount Washington, NH.

The tallest peak in the northeast is a prominent landmark that can be seen from miles away, and a feature in many of my photographs.

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29 thoughts on “Photography 101: Landmark

  1. Beautiful, Jeff. Can you tell me how to access “The Commons”? I posted an entry for today’s theme (The Natural World), but the link won’t let met access The Commons. Perhaps there’s a trick I don’t know.

    • Thanks! It was a great day and a great hike. And since the summit of Mount Washington is in the clouds well over 300 days a year I was very glad to have been able to get this “selfie.”

  2. I’m always jealous of these, Jeff as snow might happen here every ten years. The first subject of the warm hose juxtaposed with the landscape and cold hues…man, I would love to be there in that house! Christmas card material. Awesome, as always.

    • I love the cold! I tend to run so hot while hiking that I look forward to winter every year. Of course the high cost of the technical clothing that allows me to do it safely, when the temps are quite often in the single digits and with winds regularly in the 20-50 mph range, means it has taken me a few years to piece together my layering system of clothing.

      Now that I’ve got it though, not much keeps me out of the mountains in the winter. 😀

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