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WOW!!!! Awesome captures, jd, and I know you haven't pushed the colors, 'cause I get most of that view from my kitchen, every morning.


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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 5:25 pm 
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jd_hiker wrote:
This morning's sunrise from Bonney Lake

Sunrise over Bonney Lake, Washington with Mount Rainier casting a shadow against the clouds.
Sunrise over Bonney Lake, Washington with Mount Rainier casting a shadow against the clouds.
Morning
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And the rain has come...


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Awesome images! Love the rainier shots. Those make me happy  cool.gif

I haven't shared shots in awhile. So here's a few from last week at Rogers Pass.

Vestige of a peak
Vestige of a peak
Left: Chair, wood pile and axe Right: A toasty fire
Left: Chair, wood pile and axe Right: A toasty fire
A ski pole perspective
A ski pole perspective
Onto the Asulkan Glacier II
Onto the Asulkan Glacier II
Lily Glacier Ice Pillar
Lily Glacier Ice Pillar
Castor Peak skin track II
Castor Peak skin track II
Ice Column and Juya
Ice Column and Juya

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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 7:19 pm 
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This morning, January 4 ...for about 5 minutes

Sunrise, It only lasted about 5 minutes, but I saw it! The rest of the day was downhill. totally gray and dreary by 10 with steady rain
Sunrise, It only lasted about 5 minutes, but I saw it! The rest of the day was downhill. totally gray and dreary by 10 with steady rain
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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 10:03 pm 
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Remembering a month ago

From viewpoint off Fragrance Lake trail, Larrabee State Park, Wash.
From viewpoint off Fragrance Lake trail, Larrabee State Park, Wash.

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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 10:11 pm 
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meandering Wa wrote:
This morning, January 4 ...for about 5 minutes

Sunrise, It only lasted about 5 minutes, but I saw it! The rest of the day was downhill. totally gray and dreary by 10 with steady rain
Sunrise, It only lasted about 5 minutes, but I saw it! The rest of the day was downhill. totally gray and dreary by 10 with steady rain

I have to agree meandering Wa , I was not sure if the sunrise or rain would come first. I did capture the wind whipping the top of Rainier and a much more orange sunrise than yesterday's red one before I was heading to the car as the rain started.

Wind swept sunrise on Mount Rainier as seen from Bonney Lake
Wind swept sunrise on Mount Rainier as seen from Bonney Lake
Another rich sunrise in Bonney Lake. The wind as whipping so it was hard to keep the camera steady even on a weighted tripod.  This was the storm froont coming in from the west.
Another rich sunrise in Bonney Lake. The wind as whipping so it was hard to keep the camera steady even on a weighted tripod.  This was the storm froont coming in from the west.

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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 10:13 pm 
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Nice shots Jason. I like the ski pole perspective. That's a great concept shot.

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PostThu Jan 05, 2012 6:48 am 
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jd those clouds were roaring past with barely any wind felt at my ground level.

but the colors were stunning and happily I needed "sunshine" for one of my photo scavenger hunts
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PostThu Jan 05, 2012 7:47 pm 
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Jason Hummel wrote:
Awesome images! Love the rainier shots. Those make me happy  cool.gif

I haven't shared shots in awhile. So here's a few from last week at Rogers Pass.

A ski pole perspective
A ski pole perspective
Onto the Asulkan Glacier II
Onto the Asulkan Glacier II

Awesome, Jason.  up.gif I considered bringing my camera with me to ski the Austrian Alps, but given my propensity for falling quickly decided against it. These, however, are incredible shots... thanks for bringing back the memories!
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PostThu Jan 05, 2012 9:23 pm 
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A couple from this evening.
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PostSat Jan 07, 2012 7:27 am 
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Old Cascade Hwy.
Tye River
Tye River

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A Beautiful Day to Remember the NPS Rangers (and staff)

As a volunteer there I have utmost repect and admiration of the personnel at MORA.

It was a beautiful day on the trails there today.

The Mountain
The Mountain
Heading up to Pan Point
Heading up to Pan Point

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