These are photos taken while camping in the White Mountains, NH August 1999.
Photographed with an Olympus C-2000 digital camera.
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Crawford Notch, NH, about 5 miles from our campsite
Those hills rise 1500-2000 feet above their base.
I wonder why my cellphone didn't work well...
Silver Cascade in Crawford Notch.
To get a perspective of the height, look carefully for the
person stepping across the gap near the center of the large photo.
Upper Ammonoosec Falls near the Mount Washington Cog Railway.
That flat ledge next to the foaming pool is about 25' above the pool. The pool is about 30' deep and almost a perfect circle from the rotating water.
It's a favorite spot for kids to jump from the ledge into
the pool on a hot day!
fallen log with moss and fungi, a common sight.
This is another pretty shot, again common. Moss on a fallen tree with foliage beginning to turn color in mid August!
That's a white birch to the left and a yellow birch behind
the fallen log.
Coral fungi, moss, lichens, twigs...
It amazes me how many folks can walk through a forest
and miss the beauty!
© 1999 Gerald Goodrich