After an absence, Ernie Mills is back at Auto Road leading adventure photography tours
His return to the road, which climbs nearly eight miles of road up the 6,288-foot mountain, heralds another season of three-hour Adventures Photography Tours. The tours offer participants a chance to experience the mountain with the noted photographer, gaining knowledge of the peculiarities of light, distance and color that make the ever-changing views from Mount Washington a photographer's dream.
Mills' intimate acquaintance with the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, and his long history with the moods of the sky and challenging weather, makes the tour valuable for photographers who are looking to stretch their horizons.
Mills, Wemyss said, knows what the options are even if the conditions seem less than ideal.
The ticket price is $150 for adults and $100 for young people 12 to 17 years old (the tour is not recommended for children under 12). The daytime and evening tours include a box lunch from the Glen View Café. For the sunrise tour, participants may enjoy breakfast at the café.
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