Perfect late-fall hiking day. Cold (but felt “brisk” rather than cold) and extremely clear. A touch of ice on the trail and some snow dusted hither and yon. About as good a fall hiking day as you could ask for. Stowe Pinnacle isn’t a terribly long hike but it is pretty steep; and the view is one of the best I have seen in a while. Tried some new photo techniques at the summit today1 but oddly enough the best shot was one where I just pointed and shot.
Oh, and The Shed for a post-hike lunch is always welcome.
- I tried an HDR of Mt. Mansfield and did a little panoramic-with-the-tripod action. [↩]
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