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Jeff Sinon

1 Year Ago

Seeking Your Help And Support.

Since 1932, the legendary Mount Washington Observatory has been monitoring the conditions in one of the most extreme places on Earth—the summit of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Bitter cold, dense fog, heavy snow and legendary wind combine to make the mountain a truly harsh place. In fact, the fastest surface wind gust ever observed by man was recorded by Mount Washington Observatory in April of 1934, an astonishing 231 miles per hour! To this day, scientists, educators, interns and volunteers live and work on the summit of the Northeast's tallest peak, observing and documenting the "world's worst weather".

Each July the Observatory hosts their annual Seek The Peak hike-a-thon to raise much needed funds. As a participant in this awe inspiring hike, I'm seeking your support. And as I did last year, each $10 pledge made through this link is good for one entry into a drawing for a signed 16"x24" print of your choice from among my many images. On top of that, the person making the largest single pledge will automatically receive a signed 20"x30" canvas gallery wrap featuring the image of their choice.

Please consider making your pledge today!

Thank you!!

*Fine Print - The signed print raffle is open to anyone anywhere, sadly the canvas for the largest single pledge is available only to those residing in the continental U.S. and Canada. The drawing will be held on July 26, 2014 and the winner, chosen at random, will be notified via email, on my blog, and on my Facebook fan page *

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