This was an amazing morning where the scene transformed so many times it was magical... As we hiked into the area in the dark I could see cloud formations so I knew we were going to get nice color in the sky at sunrise, however I had no idea we would have a lenticular cloud hovering over Mt Rainer and a huge swirling cloud that danced around the mountain for hours. Thanks for looking
Mount Rainier, Sun Behind Fog, On the way to the Paradise Lodge
Best Viewed Large On Black 28-135 Canon Kit Lens @130mm, F9 for 1/250th second. PL filter. Photoshop CS3 and Topaz Adjust processing.
Highway 410 - Washington - Chinook Pass 2
Listen - Listen, absorb. enjoy the build up and break past 3 mins. www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbJaPDZH7cQ I was enjoying this song on repeat, stringing the apexes together - The engine and road ancillary to the scene. Sun falling through the hills, fall on the cusp. Alone with the air and the odd silence of my monologue; A flat line yet still moving and totally alive in peaceful solitude. On the edge somehow floating, numb. Happy despite the ending. __________________ Chinook Pass - Hwy 410…
Brenna Nickels and Chase Blood. Wonderland trail. Mt Rainier National Park, Washington | kevinruss
Brenna Nickels and Chase Blood. Wonderland trail. Mt Rainier National Park, Washington
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Taken at Reflection Lakes in Mt Rainier National Park. This is certainly not an original composition but icons are icons for a reason. This is a blend of multiple images for dynamic range. Nikon D300 / Tokina 12-24 / Lee Grads To see more images please visit: www.wanderingiphotography.com Ready my nature blog here: Nature Misses You
Mt Rainier fall color
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Mount Rainier - Washington
I was upset it rained most of the time while i was at Mount Rainier and I couldnt see the top of the mountain, but still had a great time hiking. this place is amazing. I cant wait to go back when its sunny. catch up w everyone soon!
Oh-han-ə-pi-kosh - Standing At The Edge
Camera: Holga 120WPC Film: Kodak Ektar 100 Exposure Time: 15 seconds Location: Silver Falls Trail - Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State Part 5 of 5 in a weeklong series of images made on my recent solo camping trip to The Mountain, because a place this grand takes more than one picture to portray. Ohanapecosh is located in the southest corner of Mount Rainier National Park and is named for a Taidnapam (Upper Cowlitz) Indian habitation site along the river. The term is believed to…