Went up to the White Mountain National Forrest in New Hampshire yesterday for a hike. Didn't take my camera because I didn't feel like carrying it but, luckily I took my phone. The trail itself wasn't as picturesque as most of the other ones we've done we're, but these were some of the highlights. First snow for us since the beginning of the year and it provided for some chilly hiking, but we bundled up and proceeded to the Franconia Falls. The water was moving very fast and you could grasp the powerfulness it possesses. In the last picture you can see where, after years of fast moving current, the river has cut through the massive rock creating it's own path. Moving water has an eerie calm about it. On one hand if you make a mistake it can end up fatal, but on the other the sound of rushing water is so very soothing. Would love to see these again in the summer.