1 day ago
As summit fog returned late this afternoon, it was thin enough to allow sunlight to stream through and get scattered and diffracted by the tiny droplets resulting in fogbows and glories around our antisolar point directly opposite the sun. ... See MoreSee Less
Nice picture it has been six years
since I adjusted rocks to accommodate visitors to the summit.
The outcrop of ledge on the left has initials W.C. with date and can only be seen when the sun is at certain angle for about an hour.
I took pictures of it and other work I did on summit.
The cairn was built by Jim who worked for the NH state park and I was impressed at the caliber of all the state workers on the summit.
Absolutely love all the different weather happenings. Truly Mother Earth's canvas. Thanks to you all for sharing it.
Such an amazing photo, you all are in the right spot at the right “moment” so often!
Wow amazing picture
Thank you for my badge 😉I love this mountain and stay safe up there to all the people that work up there i appreciate all the hard work that you do 😊
Fogbows, just amazing.
How pretty that looks.
Wow...never knew about fog bows...ty
Snow is gone ??? Has spring sprung on the mountain ???
So interesting, I love seeing and learning something new!
Never ceases to amaze me !
Awesome pic keep up the great work
Wow nature's work is beautiful.
Learning so much following you all. Did not know there where ‘fogbows’. Awesome.
Sue - no, but MWN is a very unique place!
So amazing 😍
Hmmm......they said antisolar...dude
I know it isn't accurate, but I wish these were called "Fogdogs"
2 days ago
We are pleased to announce that Hunter Law has been selected as Baxter State Park's Visiting Artist for 2019.
Hunter is a rising, young artist now living in Bangor, Maine. Hunter grew up in the small rural communities of Monson and Dover-Foxcroft. He studied studio art at the University of Maine in Orono. Hunter is an avid outdoorsman and paints acrylic landscapes showcasing the natural beauty of Maine.
Hunter will be in residency in the park for two weeks beginning September 7, and will be hosting open studios and an evening Campground Program for the public during his tenure as Visiting Artist. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful work, Hunter. Congrats!
So awesome! Congratulations Hunter!
Congratulations so proud grandma and grandpa
Amazing Hunter, I’m so happy for you! All your hard work and talent is being recognized! Congrats!!
Wow! Congratulations Hunter!
Way to go!
Hunter this is amazing!!!! Congratulations!
amazing!! congrats to this very talented artist!!
Congratulations Hunter. Well deserved.
Congrats to a native son! Awesome work!
That's so awesome! Congrats!!
Beautiful work Hunter!
Wow what an honor congrats Hunter
That's some amazing artwork there, I'd love to have art like that in my house to be honest
So incredible for you! Congratulations!🎉
This is so awesome!
Awesome where can we get prints?
Congratulations, Hunter. This is amazing.
2 days ago
A skier had a close call yesterday, falling approximately 30 feet into a deep waterfall hole in the Headwall of Tuckerman Ravine. The fall line glissade track leads up to the location where the skier was able to self-extricate from the hole after 20 minutes of effort. He was very lucky to be able to climb out and to only suffer minor injuries, though dangerously wet and cold, as well as to have good partners and bystanders available to help. Several such falls have been fatal over the years, please learn from this accident! Full report on our website later today.
#tuckermanravine #tuckermansravine #huntingtonravine #mountwashington #presidentialrange #springskiing #skitheeast #mwac ... See MoreSee Less
Taking your life in your hands. Terrain changes with every drop of water, every wind, every storm
Yikes. No thanks
I dont see the hole in the picture. Is it not shown?
It looks pretty sketchy
Alexander Nicholas Paschal
Philip H. Hosmer
Andrew Scire Ben Parnell
Lucky lucky Louis
Wow , lucky