A (long) weekend in Mt. Rainier National Park

Spectacular Mount Rainier

Reflection Lake Sunrise

Here are the highlights of our weekend in Mount Ranier.  Mary and I attended a Jack Graham and Bill Fortney photography workshop built around Fujifilm cameras.  Our plan was to photograph fields of wildflowers with Rainier in the background.  The epic drought in the West brought out the flowers 3-4 weeks early and they were all gone by the time we got there…still plenty to see and do in the Park.

Hike 4 miles and climb 90 stories to a waterfall

Comet Falls

Comet Falls

Photograph Christine Falls

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Walk around Tipsoo Lake

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Sunrise at Reflection Lake

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Sunset at Inspiration Point

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Hangout at Sunrise Point

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Fog and Trees

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Ruby Falls

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To see (and buy) our photos, please go to www.pamphotography.com.

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2 thoughts on “A (long) weekend in Mt. Rainier National Park

  1. Absolutely stunning photographs ~ A beautiful way to bring in the New Year ~ a great post and best to you with your writing and photography in the New Year. Cheers to a great 2016.

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