In this image from last winter, there is a glow on Mount Washington in the snow. The striking peak with its observatory at the summit is home to the “World’s Worst Weather“, but it certainly looks soothing (and cold) from this safe distance.
Taking in the view at The Mount Washington Hotel.
Shot earlier this year in the throes of winter in March, this sunset shot from Gunstock features Mount Washington in the distance. Lately I’ve been particularly drawn to pastels and natural landscapes, and this image has the beauty of both – with a splash of Lake Winnipesaukee mixed in.
The view from the rear patio of the Omni Mount Washington Resort is breathtaking. Mount Washington stands tall looming in the distance alongside its presidential neighbors, and under the covered porch you can enjoy the view regardless of the weather – all year long. The classic rocking chairs added to the overall feel, and I imagine this scene isn’t much different than it would have looked 50 and even 100 years ago.
Here is a glimpse of life outside the seacoast, taken from the veranda at the Mount Washington Hotel. A crisp fall afternoon spent in the mountain air – very refreshing.
Below is a shot of the Memorial Bridge – following up on yesterday’s post about the bridge redesign that was recently unveiled (for comparison purposes). We are fortunate to have both structural and man made beauty that is so accessible in our state.
The luxurious veranda at the rear of the Mount Washington Hotel is grand enough to take your breath away. Paired with its perfect setting amidst the White Mountains, the landscape is incredible. Here’s a glimpse.