Hiking For A Cause 2015

Pledge Your Support And You Could Win A Signed Print!

Sunrise On The Boott Spur Trail

The day ~ July 18, 2015.

The place ~ Mount Washington, NH. Home of the Worlds Worst Weather!

The time ~ You have to ask? Of course I’ll be on the mountain long before sunrise so I can capture a shot like the one above from last years hike.

For the third year in a row I’ll be participating in Seek The Peak, a hike-a-thon fundraiser for the Mount Washington Observatory. The non profit MWOBS is a leading weather research facility located atop the highest peak in the Northeastern U.S.

Donate for a chance to win!

Tuckerman Ravine From Harvard Rock

For each $10USD donation you make HERE, you could win a signed 16″x24″ print of the image of your choice from the galleries on my website.

For those of you feeling particularly generous, or you just don’t want to leave anything to chance, the person making the largest donation automatically receives a signed 20″x30″ canvas gallery wrap*. Also of the image of their choice.

*(Sorry, the canvas is only available to residents of the US and Canada. A 20″x30″ print will be substituted should the largest donation come from someone outside the US or Canada).

Winners will also receive a copy of “White Mountain Poems” signed by the author, myself, and hopefully all of the other photographers who’s images are included in the book. (I’m still working on that part). Coffee and toast not included. 😉White Mountain Poems

Please consider making your tax deductible donation today!

Thanks!

See you at the summit!

Seek The Peak 2014

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