First Light on Rainier
Mount Rainier, which lies just fifty or so miles from Seattle, Washington, rises so far above everything in the area that it should be visible for hundreds of miles in any direction. This isn't usually the case though, because of, you know, the rain and fog and clouds for which Washington is so famous. And even though it can be seen from many directions, some faces of the mountains are prettier than others, and Sunrise (the location, not the time of day), which lies northeast of the summit, is commonly considered the best place to view the mountain. Knowing this, I camped there one night, and rose early enough to do a short hike up an adjacent hill in order to take this photo shortly after sunrise, when the day's first light painted the mountain in spectacular shades of pink, orange, and yellow.
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