Photography From The Winter Of 2015

2015-05-02 21:03:20.000 – Adam Freierman, Summit Intern


 Truly talented photographers can probably make incredible shots anywhere, anytime. But for the rest of us I think its all about being in the right place in the right time. The summit of Mount Washington is definitely the right place, and over the course of this past winter I was fortunate to come across some stunning scenes. Maybe pictures don’t quite convey -90 wind chills (so glad its almost summer…) but they are a great reminder of some of the reasons we are all so thrilled to live up here. Here are a few of my best pictures from my winter internship:



Adam Freierman, Summit Intern

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