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Glorious day for reflections at Reflection Lake, Mt. Rainier

A Photographer’s Guide to Mount Rainier

The crown jewel of the Cascades. Mount Rainier towers over the surrounding mountains and stands tall even from hundreds of miles away. Just a couple hours from Seattle, Rainier (along with the Olympics) is usually on the bucket list of Washington visitors. Rainier is my most visited place in Washington
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Johnston Ridge Milky Way

Capturing the Milky Way at Mount Saint Helens

It’s been 39 years since the 1980 eruption at Mount Saint Helens. There’s plenty to see and do at the national monument – my favorite being the milky way. The best times to see the Milky Way are earlier in the year when the sky gets dark enough early in
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Backpacking, Sunshine, and New Gear in the North Cascades

Summer is always a great time for exploration and adventure. Unfortunately, many people have the same idea and that leads to crowded destinations. I’ve been spending a lot of time near Mount Ranier but usually the least crowded places are the ones furthest away, so I decided to look further.
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What’s In My Bag – 2018 Edition

It’s a new year and well.. I already contradicted the first paragraph of last years gear list post! I talked about how I wouldn’t be adding any more gear, but as we all know, that’s never true. So what’s different for this year? Camera Main Body: Sony A7R III I
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Part 2: Rain With A Chance of Sunshine In The Olympics

Nature is always full of surprises. The day started with heavy overcast skies and the forecast didn’t look great either. The previous day was totally rained out so we didn’t have high hopes for the second day. We got up early and planned to do a morning hike at Obstruction
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Part 1: Rain With A Chance of Sunshine In The Olympics

I recently spent a few days to explore the Olympics. It’s sort of become a bi-yearly trip. I don’t go too often as I enjoy the other national parks in Washington a bit more, but ONP is beautiful in it’s own right and I would still like to spend some
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St Helens Milkyway

Mount St. Helens In May

This year marks the 38th anniversary of the last major eruption of Mount St. Helens. 38 years since the northern face of Mount St. Helens was blown apart, much of the surrounding valley is still recovering as nature slowly reclaims the scorched earth created by the eruption. Last week I
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What’s In My Bag – Gear List 2017

Camera gear is a never ending journey of purchase after purchase.. or so I thought. That’s how it used to be for me – however it seems like the gear bug in me has finally departed. This year I’ve only made a few small additions to my kit here and
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A Summer In Washington

As short as summers are in the pacific north west, I was lucky enough to be able to get out of town quite a lot and explore all that the PNW has to offer. My first 6 months on the west coast has just ended and I’ve been quite surprised
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Artist Point and Picture Lake Trip Report

Artist Point is an interesting location, it’s only open a few months of the year when it’s not buried in tens of feet of snow. I’ve been meaning to head back up to the North Cascades but it’s always been a decision between a < 2 hour drive to Mt.
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