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Mt. Adams is the second highest peak in New England, not so high compared to the mountains of the West, but is not so easy to get there in the winter. A nice day on top can be -20f and 100 plus mph winds, and don't forget deep snow that sometimes your swimming in. It is none the less an extraordinarily powerful and beautiful place that is constantly changing. Image was taken near Star Lake, elevation just over 5000 feet above sea level, in January and made on a Nikon F3 on Ektachrome 100 film.
Mt. Adams and Clouds © 1990 Larry Lorusso