As many of you already know, I volunteer at the Mount Washington Observatory at the summit of Mount Washington, NH each winter. The pictures that follow are from my most recent visit. I hope you enjoy them! (Click through to see the rest of the images.)
There was sea smoke at sunrise today (about 5 degrees, with a moderate breeze), and the bay was mostly frozen over. Temperatures warmed a bit during the day, so much of the bay is now free of ice. In the sea smoke pictures, if you look closely, you can see a pink line at the horizon – this is the distant sea smoke when it is illuminated by the sun. A few of today’s images can be found below, and the rest can be found here. Enjoy!