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White Mountain NH Wordless Wednesday brook & hike in the woods.

The New Hampshire April snow melt leaves crystal clear steams racing down these rock falls.

      

       The hemlock trees stay green through the year while the oak and birch are bare of their leaves, even with only half the forest green this hike was shaded the whole trip.

                                                The sun that there was of it dappled through the trees in some very cool spots

   

The is something ancient about the rock , moss and trees along this brook that makes me do the hike as the first of the season.

        

                                                          More Giant boulders covered in moss and getting very little sun.

    

  It's hard to believe the local ski resort closed 3 days ago, and we flipped the spring switch just like that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 A nice quick hike this afternoon hope you enjoyed the photos as much as I enjoys the exercise, and of course the view. This brook flows in to my yard about a half a mile from my home in Woodstock NH.

                                 Spring has sprung...and so has this mountain brook. 

                       

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19 commentsSteve Loynd • April 14 2010 05:06PM
White Mountain NH Wordless Wednesday brook & hike in the woods.
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The New Hampshire April snow melt leaves crystal clear steams racing down these rock falls. The hemlock trees stay green through the year while the oak and birch are bare of their leaves, even with only half… more