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Tag Archives: Mount Rainier
For the most part, our hot, dry, and smokey summer is over with, here in the Pacific Northwest. The start of the rainy season is upon us, and temperatures have cooled considerably. And that means that viewers in the South … Continue reading
It’s wildflower bloom time in Mount Rainier National Park. There are hundreds of species of wildflowers in the park, and the most concentrated areas of them are in the subalpine Paradise Meadows. The image above shows colorful Magenta Paintbrush in … Continue reading
Wow! I can’t believe how fast time flies! It’s already October! Where did September go? Seems like Old Man Winter is getting a head start on us, here in the Pacific Northwest. The snow has already been flying in the … Continue reading
I have been waiting for just the right moment to visit Mount Rainier National Park, to photograph the subalpine fall colors. This autumn season has started out spectacular and will continue to do so until the snow starts falling, which … Continue reading