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photo: The Northern Peaks of the Presidentials [ID:47]photo: Mount Washington over Jefferson's Knee [ID:48]photo: High Above the Summit [ID:49]photo: Into the Great Gulf [ID:50]photo: From Nelson Crag to Mount Clay [ID:51]photo: New England's Snowy Crown [ID:52]photo: The Southeast Snowfields [ID:53]photo: From Over Boott Spur [ID:54]photo: The Presidential Range (1) [ID:55]photo: The Presidential Range (2) [ID:56]photo: The Franconia Ridge [ID:57]photo: Mount Hancock (1) [ID:58]photo: Mount Hancock (2) [ID:59]photo: Webster Cliffs and the Presidential Range [ID:60]photo: Looking up the Montalban Ridge [ID:61]photo: Ravine of the Castles [ID:62]
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Mount Hancock (1) [ID:58]
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Mount Hancock (1)  [ info ]
In sharp contrast to the predominantly wild views of the Presidentials, this image shows the heavy hand of man in what became today's Pemigewasset Wilderness. The lines of logging roads, and the bare slopes that followed the loggers, are unmistakable. While the trees have returned in the intervening 70 years, the faint traces of the logging roads remain to the discerning searcher today.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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