Over the weekend I went hiking in New Hampshire, and I think I got a few good shots. My Dad and my older brother are working on the "4000 footers club", which is a real club in New Hampshire, and to join it, you have to climb the 48 ( I think ) 4000+ mountains in NH. They're close, they have 15 left. We were behind schedule because our hike consisted of constant extremely steep up and down. Wildcat mountain has 5 peaks and only two of them count as "mountains". Unluckily the furthest peak in the 5 counted. Anyways, we decided to go down the ski slope instead of the trail because it was getting late, and the trail we went up was extremely steep, and would be dangerous going down. Going down the ski trail was much harder than I thought. We were often in waist high grass, and it made it hard to see if there was a hole or a rock. We followed a trail of smushed down grass that we thought a person made. Turned out to be a bear's tracks. Then while going down I stepped on a log, which of course had a bee's nest in it. They wernt happy. Stung only twice ( thank god ). All in the name of Photography C&C please #1. View of a cloudy Mt. Washington. #2 Looking from the peak into the mountain rage of NH and Maine #3 A look down the slope. #4 this is just for fun, but it was taken at the hotel. Reminded me of The Shining. Thanks for Looking. C&C please!