At some point in time, either deposited by a glacier or eroded from the mountain, a boulder settled in this valley. Why this tree thought it might be a good place to grow is a mystery, but it did. And from the size of the trunk, it was fairly successful. Click on the image for a larger view.
Naomi and I went to the White Mountain National Forest on Saturday. The weather was hot and humid—unusual for this time of year, especially since the temperatures reached 93°F. This is also one of the busiest weekends to travel to this park. While it would have been nice to be at the cool summit of Mt. Washington, we had no desire to jostle with the crowds. We had lunch at the bottom of the auto road and simply enjoyed the view. Click on the image for a larger view.
Naomi and I want to thank all our visitors to our site for coming so regularly. This year seems to be shaping up to be an exciting one for us. We hope to announce a few publishing projects in the coming months as well as a few projects we would like to publish through our site.
For a little over a year, we have been posting five times a week. It has been fun, if not challenging. But because of our publishing projects and a desire to keep our posts as fresh and interesting as possible, we will be cutting back a bit to three posts a week.
As always, if you would like to see this photograph taken in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire a little larger, click on the image.
Twilight is a strange phase; not light enough to be day, not dark enough to be night. To human vision, forms lose their solidity as they disappear into shadow; to the camera, they almost appear to glow from within. Click on the image for a larger view.