Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Structures on Mt. Washington

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Mt. Washington is the highest point in the northeastern United States. The top is known for some of the harshest weather in the world. It's also a bit of a tourist trap (which is admittedly how I got there). I've already taken pictures of Mount Washington's more scenic side. So, here's a different kind of scenery.

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