I did Martha's and the Cables this morning (April 4th), and got a couple shots of Dreamweaver, The Flying Dutchman, and Lambs Slide as well.
Dreamweaver and the Loft
The Flying Dutchman and Lambs Slide.
Looking down the narrow part of Martha's, maybe just above the 2nd crux step?
Just above the 2nd crux rock step (the first crux being right at the base).
Looking up to the final crux.
Going up Martha's on-sight was an on-the-fly decision on my part, so I didn't get a particularly early start (left TH at 8:10am, was at the base of Martha's at 9:39am, exited the top at 10:08am) and was a bit worried the snow would be too soft/prone-to-wet-sliding, but it was great purchase pretty much the whole way, though I wouldn't have wanted to go any later. Contoured over to the Longs/MLW saddle and went up the Cables to the summit (11:07am). Because I wasn't necessarily planning on Martha's, I went up with just my super-dull Kahtoola KTS Steel Crampons and one C.A.M.P Nanotech Corsa, but I never felt insecure. The cruxes felt a bit more difficult than the chimneys on Kieners to me, or maybe that was because it was my first time pulling the moves.
The next part I feel embarrassed to even write about publicly, but maybe it will serve as a cautionary tale.
I descended very quickly back to the Cables (~6min), downclimbed them, and then maybe 5 steps below the bottom of the Cables I triggered an avalanche that swept me ~200' down the North Face, beating me up pretty good in the process but not burying me. I bounced over several boulders/slabs, twisted a knee pretty badly, ripped a gaiter with my crampons (but not my leg), and bruised a hip, but was able to walk (run) away from it. That was a first for me, though (and hopefully a last), and the thought of the slopes on the north face above the Cables sliding while I was on them was enough to make me sick to my stomach (picturing being swept over the lip of the Diamond). I guess things warmed just enough that they were ready to wet-slide by time I returned but somehow remained stable enough on the ascent less than 30min prior. f***ing scary s**t, and a lesson learned. I was back at the car before 12:30pm.
North Face avalanche just below the Cables.
You can see the crown just below the Cables in this zoom shot.