Stone Faces in the White Mountains of NH

Posted on by Kathie Fife

The Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshires’s state symbol, fell on May 3, 2003. But if you look closely as you hike through the white mountains you will find he is still there; his ghostly profile and legacy are preserved deep in the granite rocks and the old growth trees.

A Stone Face at Diana's Bath, White Mountains NH

A Stone Face at Diana’s Bath, White Mountains NH.

The Old Man in an old growth Ash Tree

The Old Man in an old growth Ash Tree. Totally natural, no photo manipulation.

Not so happy looking face within a stone wall

Stone face within a rock wall.


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