Sunset on the Presidential Range
The oldest image that I still offer prints of- and one that holds a special place in my heart. In early fall of 2014, I made my first hike up in the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, to the summit of Mt. Jefferson. While I had hiked some of the smaller peaks around the national forest, I had no idea how incredible hiking in this range would be, and it left a lasting impression that's driven me ever since.
Fall is a little different in the alpine zone. Above treeline there isn't any brilliant display of foliage, but the alpine grasses along the Monticello Lawn below were ablaze with orange in the afternoon light, as the sun danced across Mt. Washington and the southern presidentials.
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