Photo of the Day

Visitors resting with bare legs in snow, New England
March 19, 2009

Tuckerman Ravine Rest, New England

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features

The mountain's moods aren't all bad. Spring warmth draws crowds to New England's Tuckerman Ravine, including thrill seekers who attempt to ski a steep headwall. Others simply relax in the sun-washed glacial cirque and bask in the presence of the peak.

See more photographs from the February 2009 feature story "Mount Washington."

Photograph by José Azel
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