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photo: Mount Washington over Burt Ravine [ID:01]photo: Mount Washington over Chandler Ridge [ID:02]photo: Mount Washington from over North Conway and the Saco Valley [ID:03]photo: Over Mount Washington, toward Carter Dome [ID:04]photo: Mount Washington Summit cone over the Lakes of the Clouds [ID:05]photo: A windswept summit, Mount Washington (1) [ID:06]photo: A windswept summit, Mount Washington (2) [ID:07]photo: From above, Mount Washington's summit; Boott Spur beyond (2) [ID:08]photo: Mounts Lafayette and Lincoln [ID:09]photo: Mount Lafayette [ID:10]photo: Over the Bonds, Mount Washington in distance [ID:11]photo: Eastern view of the summit cone, Mount Washington [ID:12]photo: Into Crawford Notch [ID:14]photo: Up the Dry River (1) [ID:15]photo: Up the Dry River (2) [ID:16]photo: Mount Washington, Webster Cliffs in foreground [ID:17]
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Mounts Lafayette and Lincoln  [ info ]
Brad Washburn did not photograph only Mount Washington among White Mountains peaks. This view of the Franconia Ridge, second highest ridge in New Hampshire, from the southwest demonstrates its rugged character. Even with a few very popular trails, the recesses of its western flank, including Walker Ravine, still hold closely-guarded secrets divulged only to a hardy few.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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