Photo: Pine Tree in the Mist – Mount Rainier National Park

Pine Tree in late May snow storm on Mt Rainier
This is one of my favorite images from my trip to Mount Rainier National Park in late May 2011. I stayed at the Paradise Inn for an evening, and when I woke up the next morning, it was snowing. I threw my window open and leaned out into the snow to capture this image. Within an hour the snow stopped, but at the moment this picture was taken, it was a magical feeling.
 
The Paradise Ranger Station is the snowiest location in the United States for all 50 states. Yes that also includes Alaska.
 
The rest of my pictures from my PACIFIC NORTHWEST trip can be found on my Shutterfly site: http://cdeminskiphotos.shutterfly.com.
 
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2 Responses

  1. This tree looks like a representation of Japanese calligraphy. Fantastic.

    By the way, your shutterfly header photo is awwwesome!

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