|The picture shows this Old Basin At Franconia Notch, New Hampshire Photograph. It is not dated, but old. The Basin is part of the Franconia Notch State Park of New Hampshire. It is a large natually formed granite bowl. The photograph looks like a real photo post card but it is larger than a normal postcard and it is blank on the back. It is marked on the front as follows:|
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N.H.
The Basin "The beautiful waterfall at the Basin, has at its base, a granite pothole 20 feet in diameter. It is believed to have been eroded 15,000 years ago while the North American ice sheet was melting. It has been smoothed by small stones and sand whirled around by the Pemigewasset River. Below the Basin is a water-eroded rock formation called the Old Man's foot."
This old photograph measures about 7" x 5" and it is in mint condition.