Mount Rainier NP, Washington, USA by Lynn Hopwood

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One August morning I left my home in southeastern Washington and drove 2 1/2 hours to Mount Rainier National Park in hope of getting an awesome photo of Mount Rainier. Upon my arrival at Reflection Lakes I was disappointed to see the mountain covered with mist and fog. I headed further up the road to the Paradise Visitor Center. From there I decided to hike some of the trails. While hiking I came upon this scene where the mist brought out the purple lupine wildflowers. The wildflowers and the scene were so striking with all the mist covering the mountain side I just new I had found a special spot. I stayed there for a long time just drinking in the scene before I continued hiking. No matter what the weather at Mount Rainier National Park there is always something beautiful to photograph there.

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