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  1. Ohanapecosh Campground

    Ohanapecosh Campground

    It's easy to love Mt. Rainer--I've found the best way that I can capture some of its grandeur is through panoramic photography--for me, it better expresses the vastness and the scale of the mountain and its trees. I titled this image "My Fortress of Solitude"--perhaps swiping...
  2. Ohanapecosh River Time Lapse Panoramas

    Ohanapecosh River Time Lapse Panoramas

    These two panoramic photos are time-lapse photos of the Ohanapecosh River taken from the Ohanapecosh Campground at Mt. Rainer (C Loop).
  3. Ohanapecosh River Time Lapse Panoramas

    Ohanapecosh River Time Lapse Panoramas

    These two panoramic photos are time-lapse photos of the Ohanapecosh River taken from the Ohanapecosh Campground at Mt. Rainer (C Loop).
  4. Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    These are all stitched panoramic photos, made in August and September of 2008. Stitching done with PTGUI software. Camera was hand-held (hadn't sprung for a pano-head yet)
  5. Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    These are all stitched panoramic photos, made in August and September of 2008. Stitching done with PTGUI software. Camera was hand-held (hadn't sprung for a pano-head yet)
  6. Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    Mt Rainer & Reflection Lake

    These are all stitched panoramic photos, made in August and September of 2008. Stitching done with PTGUI software. Camera was hand-held (hadn't sprung for a pano-head yet)
  7. Puyallup Daffodils

    Puyallup Daffodils

    A soon to be harvested field of Daffodils glows in the afternoon sun.
  8. Starlight under Rainier

    Starlight under Rainier

    The Seattle bound Coast Starlight rolls along the Sound. Ironically, the passengers are oblivous to America's most Dangerous Volcano towering above them.
  9. Mt. Rainier tops Cascades

    Mt. Rainier tops Cascades

    A Cascades train is dwarfed by Mt. Rainier
  10. Baker Lake

    Baker Lake

    Mount Baker rises majestically above forested hills with the calm waters of Baker Lake in the foreground.
  11. Mt Hood and the Columbia

    Mt Hood and the Columbia

    A BNSF train skirts the Columbia River near North Dalles, WA
  12. Lenticular Rainer

    Lenticular Rainer

    Chambers Creek Properties, University Place, WA
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