A Day at Mt. Rainier

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I've been wanting to shoot wildflowers at Mt. Rainier for years but either my timing has been off, I've been out of town, or I just didn't feel up to braving the summer crowds. This year though, things finally worked out. It's probably another week or so before the flowers peak but there are already lots of flowers to photograph. I also saw another black bear which makes two years in a row seeing black bears in the park . . . wonder if they are finally making a come back . . .


1/8 sec @ f/22, ISO 100, panorama


1/8 sec @ f/22, 20mm, ISO 100


1/20 @ f/19, 31mm, ISO 200


1/15 sec @ f/22, ISO 200, 10mm


Edith Creek, 1/8 sec @ f/22, 19mm, ISO 100


Upper Tipsoo Lake, 20 secs @ f/6.7, 18mm, ISO 200


Upper Tipsoo Lake, 30 sec @ f/8, 18mm, ISO 200
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hard to pick a favorite, but i really like the last one... very nicely done "blue hour" shot!


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All very pretty. But if I must pick my favorites I'd vote for numbers 4 and 5
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