was grateful to be headed back to New Hampshire at the end of a long semester. It was wonderful to be with my family again, but after a few too many days of getting snowed in, I was going a bit stir-crazy. After digging ourselves out of mountains of snow, we braved the bitter cold to travel around the state. Winter weather may be inconvenient, but at least I got some nice photos out of it!
From Route 302 we can see the historic Mount Washington Hotel.
Icicles hang underneath a rock over a brook in rural Shelburne.
A winter storm leaves the twigs of a bush in my driveway coated in ice.
Children drag their sleds to the top of the hill at Nashua’s Roby Park in preparation for the ride down.
We arrive at the Ice Castle in Lincoln just in time to catch the last few rays of sunlight.
The Ice Castle is most beautiful when illuminated in the dark.